R programming is an efficient tool for statistical analysis of data. Data science has become critical to each field and the popularity of R is skyrocketing. Organization as large and diverse as Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Bank of America, Ford Motor Company, Mozilla, Thomas Cook, The New York Times, The National Weather Service, Twitter, ANZ Bank, Uber, Airbnb etc . have turned to R for reporting, analyzing and visualization of data, this book is for students and professionals of Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Social Science and Medicine, Business, Engineering, Software, Information Technology, Sales, Bio Informatics, Pharmacy and any one, where data needs to be analyzed and represented graphically.

R Programming for Beginners! Have you always wanted to learn R programming but are afraid it'll be too difficult for you? Or perhaps you know other programming languages but are interested in learning the R programming language fast? This book is for you. You no longer have to waste your time and money learning R programming from boring books that are 600 pages long, expensive online courses or complicated R programming tutorials that just leave you more confused. What this book offers... R for Beginners Complex concepts are broken down into simple steps to ensure that you can easily master the R Programming language even if you have never coded before. Carefully Chosen R Programming Examples Examples are carefully chosen to illustrate all concepts. In addition, the output for all examples are provided immediately so you do not have to wait till you have access to your computer to test the examples. Careful selection of topics Topics are carefully selected to give you a broad exposure to R, while not overwhelming you with information overload. Learn how to use R to turn raw data into insight, knowledge, and understanding. This book introduces you to R, RStudio, and the tidy verse, a collection of R packages designed to work together to make data science fast, fluent, and fun. Suitable for readers with no previous programming experience, R for Data Science is designed to get you doing data science as quickly as possible. Learn The R Programming Language Fast Concepts are presented in a "to-the-point" style to cater to the busy individual. With this book, you can learn R in just one day and start coding immediately. How is this book different... The best way to learn R programming is by doing. This book includes a unique examples. Working through the examples will not only give you an immense sense of achievement, it"ll also help you retain the knowledge and master the language. Are you ready to dip your toes into the exciting world of R coding? This book is for you. Click the BUY button and download it now. What you will learn in this book: *introduction to R *environment setup *program structure *basic syntax *data types *variables *operators *decision making *loops *arrays *much,much,more! Download your R Programming copy today!

R is a programming language developed is widely used for statistical and graphical analysis. It can execute advance machine learning algorithms including earning algorithm, linear regression, time series, statistical inference. R programming language is used by Fortune 500 companies and tech bellwethers like Uber, Google, Airbnb, Facebook, Apple. R provides a data scientist tools and libraries (Dplyr) to perform the 3 steps of analysis 1) Extract 2) Transform, Cleanse 3) Analyze. Table of Contents Chapter 1: What is R Programming Language? Introduction & Basics Chapter 2: How to Download & Install R, RStudio, Anaconda on Mac or Windows Chapter 3: R Data Types, Arithmetic & Logical Operators with Example Chapter 4: R Matrix Tutorial: Create, Print, add Column, Slice Chapter 5: Factor in R: Categorical & Continuous Variables Chapter 6: R Data Frame: Create, Append, Select, Subset Chapter 7: List in R: Create, Select Elements with Example Chapter 8: R Sort a Data Frame using Order() Chapter 9: R Dplyr Tutorial: Data Manipulation(Join) & Cleaning(Spread) Chapter 10: Merge Data Frames in R: Full and Partial Match Chapter 11: Functions in R Programming (with Example) Chapter 12: IF, ELSE, ELSE IF Statement in R Chapter 13: For Loop in R with Examples for List and Matrix Chapter 14: While Loop in R with Example Chapter 15: apply(), lapply(), sapply(), tapply() Function in R with Examples Chapter 16: Import Data into R: Read CSV, Excel, SPSS, Stata, SAS Files Chapter 17: How to Replace Missing Values(NA) in R: na.omit & na.rm Chapter 18: R Exporting Data to Excel, CSV, SAS, STATA, Text File Chapter 19: Correlation in R: Pearson & Spearman with Matrix Example Chapter 20: R Aggregate Function: Summarise & Group_by() Example Chapter 21: R Select(), Filter(), Arrange(), Pipeline with Example Chapter 22: Scatter Plot in R using ggplot2 (with Example) Chapter 23: How to make Boxplot in R (with EXAMPLE) Chapter 24: Bar Chart & Histogram in R (with Example) Chapter 25: T Test in R: One Sample and Paired (with Example) Chapter 26: R ANOVA Tutorial: One way & Two way (with Examples) Chapter 27: R Simple, Multiple Linear and Stepwise Regression [with Example] Chapter 28: Decision Tree in R with Example Chapter 29: R Random Forest Tutorial with Example Chapter 30: Generalized Linear Model (GLM) in R with Example Chapter 31: K-means Clustering in R with Example Chapter 32: R Vs Python: What's the Difference? Chapter 33: SAS vs R: What's the Difference?

R is now the most widely used statistical software in academic science and it is rapidly expanding into other fields such as finance. R is almost limitlessly flexible and powerful, hence its appeal, but can be very difficult for the novice user. There are no easy pull-down menus, error messages are often cryptic and simple tasks like importing your data or exporting a graph can be difficult and frustrating. Introductory R is written for the novice user who knows a little about statistics but who hasn't yet got to grips with the ways of R. This new edition is completely revised and greatly expanded with new chapters on the basics of descriptive statistics and statistical testing, considerably more information on statistics and six new chapters on programming in R. Topics covered include: A walkthrough of the basics of R's command line interface Data structures including vectors, matrices and data frames R functions and how to use them Expanding your analysis and plotting capacities with add-in R packages A set of simple rules to follow to make sure you import your data properly An introduction to the script editor and advice on workflow A detailed introduction to drawing publication-standard graphs in R How to understand the help files and how to deal with some of the most common errors that you might encounter. Basic descriptive statistics The theory behind statistical testing and how to interpret the output of statistical tests Thorough coverage of the basics of data analysis in R with chapters on using chi-squared tests, t-tests, correlation analysis, regression, ANOVA and general linear models What the assumptions behind the analyses mean and how to test them using diagnostic plots Explanations of the summary tables produced for statistical analyses such as regression and ANOVA Writing your own functions in R Using table operations to manipulate matrices and data frames Using conditional statements and loops in R programmes. Writing longer R programmes. The techniques of statistical analysis in R are illustrated by a series of chapters where experimental and survey data are analysed. There is a strong emphasis on using real data from real scientific research, with all the problems and uncertainty that implies, rather than well-behaved made-up data that give ideal and easy to analyse results.

Annotation This is a practical, step by step guide that will help you to quickly become proficient in the data analysis using R. The book is packed with clear examples, screenshots, and code to carry on your data analysis without any hurdle. If you are a data analyst, business or information technology professional, student, educator, researcher, or anyone else who wants to learn to analyze the data effectively then this book is for you. No prior experience with R is necessary. Knowledge of other programming languages, software packages, or statistics may be helpful, but is not required.

Based on their extensive experience with teaching R and statistics to applied scientists, the authors provide a beginner's guide to R. To avoid the difficulty of teaching R and statistics at the same time, statistical methods are kept to a minimum. The text covers how to download and install R, import and manage data, elementary plotting, an introduction to functions, advanced plotting, and common beginner mistakes. This book contains everything you need to know to get started with R.

This book discusses the principles and practical applications of data science, addressing key topics including data wrangling, statistics, machine learning, data visualization, natural language processing and time series analysis. Detailed investigations of techniques used in the implementation of recommendation engines and the proper selection of metrics for distance-based analysis are also covered. Utilizing numerous comprehensive code examples, figures, and tables to help clarify and illuminate essential data science topics, the authors provide an extensive treatment and analysis of real-world questions, focusing especially on the task of determining and assessing answers to these questions as expeditiously and precisely as possible. This book addresses the challenges related to uncovering the actionable insights in “big data,” leveraging database and data collection tools such as web scraping and text identification. This book is organized as 11 chapters, structured as independent treatments of the following crucial data science topics: Data gathering and acquisition techniques including data creation Managing, transforming, and organizing data to ultimately package the information into an accessible format ready for analysis Fundamentals of descriptive statistics intended to summarize and aggregate data into a few concise but meaningful measurements Inferential statistics that allow us to infer (or generalize) trends about the larger population based only on the sample portion collected and recorded Metrics that measure some quantity such as distance, similarity, or error and which are especially useful when comparing one or more data observations Recommendation engines representing a set of algorithms designed to predict (or recommend) a particular product, service, or other item of interest a user or customer wishes to buy or utilize in some manner Machine learning implementations and associated algorithms, comprising core data science technologies with many practical applications, especially predictive analytics Natural Language Processing, which expedites the parsing and comprehension of written and spoken language in an effective and accurate manner Time series analysis, techniques to examine and generate forecasts about the progress and evolution of data over time Data science provides the methodology and tools to accurately interpret an increasing volume of incoming information in order to discern patterns, evaluate trends, and make the right decisions. The results of data science analysis provide real world answers to real world questions. Professionals working on data science and business intelligence projects as well as advanced-level students and researchers focused on data science, computer science, business and mathematics programs will benefit from this book.

This book provides hands-on guidance for researchers and practitioners in criminal justice and criminology to perform statistical analyses and data visualization in the free and open-source software R. It offers a step-by-step guide for beginners to become familiar with the RStudio platform and tidyverse set of packages. This volume will help users master the fundamentals of the R programming language, providing tutorials in each chapter that lay out research questions and hypotheses centering around a real criminal justice dataset, such as data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, National Crime Victimization Survey, Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System, The Monitoring the Future Study, and The National Youth Survey. Users will also learn how to manipulate common sources of agency data, such as calls-for-service (CFS) data. The end of each chapter includes exercises that reinforce the R tutorial examples, designed to help master the software as well as to provide practice on statistical concepts, data analysis, and interpretation of results. The text can be used as a stand-alone guide to learning R or it can be used as a companion guide to an introductory statistics textbook, such as Basic Statistics in Criminal Justice (2020).

2020- Second Edition, updated version. Get your copy!! Why Learn R? What are the reasons to learn R for Data Science? In this small textbook recommended for absolute beginners, the author tried to answer these types of questions. After reading this guide, maybe in one or two days, you will learn the basics of R programming and its utility for each Data Scientist. Indeed, R is a programming language and software environment for statistical analysis, graphics representation, and reporting. If you are trying to understand the R programming language as a beginner, this short book will give you enough understanding of almost all the concepts of the R language. The author will guide you through examples, how to program in R and how to use R for effective data analysis.Get your copy Now! Book Objectives This book is about R programming. The following are the objectives of the author: To familiarize you with the basics of R programming language. To help you understand the various fields where R can be applied and its use cases in each field. To equip you with R programming skills, both beginner and advanced skills. To introduce you to R programming for data analysis. To introduce you to R programming for machine learning. To help you understand and appreciate the power of R in statistical computing, data analysis, and scientific research. Who this Book is for? Anybody who is a complete beginner to R Programming. Anybody in need of advancing their R Programming skills. Professionals in computer programming. Professors, lecturers or tutors who are looking to find better ways to explain R programming to their students in the simplest and easiest way. Students and academicians, especially those focusing on R, Data Analysis,Machine Learning , computer science, and Databases development. Requirements The author expects you to have a computer installed with an operating system such as Linux, Windows or Mac OS X. What is inside the book? R BASICS R DATA TYPES R VARIABLES AND CONSTANTS R OPERATORS DECISION MAKING IN R R LOOPS R FUNCTIONS R CLASSES AND OBJECTS R FOR DATA SCIENCE R FOR MACHINE LEARNING From the Back Cover. R programming language is one of the most popular languages used by statisticians, data analysts, researchers to retrieve, clean, analyze, visualize and present data. This is a comprehensive book on how to get started with R programming, why you should learn it and how you can learn it. Daniel Bell begins by introducing the readers to the foundations of the R programming language. The aim is to help you understand, how the R interpreter works, the origin of the name R, how to set up the R programming environment, etc. The author has discussed the process of installing R on Windows, Linux and Mac OS. Moreover, the author has explored the basics of R programming including writing comments, using the R console, creating R script files, etc. The various features provided by R have been discussed in depth, including data types, variables, loops, decision making, functions, operators, classes, and objects, etc. The author has also discussed R for data science and R for machine learning. The book has been organized into chapters, with each chapter having many sub-chapters. R code scripts have been provided, alongside thorough explanations of the code and images showing the expected output upon the execution of every script. Get your copy

This book provides an introduction to the statistical software R and its application with an empirical approach in finance and economics. It is specifically targeted towards undergraduate and graduate students. It provides beginner-level introduction to R using RStudio and reproducible research examples. It will enable students to use R for data cleaning, data visualization and quantitative model building using statistical methods like linear regression, econometrics (GARCH etc), Copulas, etc. Moreover, the book demonstrates latest research methods with applications featuring linear regression, quantile regression, panel regression, econometrics, dependence modelling, etc. using a range of data sets and examples. Request Inspection Copy

Statistical analysis is common in the social sciences, and among the more popular programs is R. This book provides a foundation for undergraduate and graduate students in the social sciences on how to use R to manage, visualize, and analyze data. The focus is on how to address substantive questions with data analysis and replicate published findings. Using R for Data Analysis in Social Sciences adopts a minimalist approach and covers only the most important functions and skills in R to conduct reproducible research. It emphasizes the practical needs of students using R by showing how to import, inspect, and manage data, understand the logic of statistical inference, visualize data and findings via histograms, boxplots, scatterplots, and diagnostic plots, and analyze data using one-sample t-test, difference-of-means test, covariance, correlation, ordinary least squares (OLS) regression, and model assumption diagnostics. It also demonstrates how to replicate the findings in published journal articles and diagnose model assumption violations. Because the book integrates R programming, the logic and steps of statistical inference, and the process of empirical social scientific research in a highly accessible and structured fashion, it is appropriate for any introductory course on R, data analysis, and empirical social-scientific research.