The R Inferno
by Patrick Burns
Publisher: Burns Statistics 2011
Number of pages: 126
If you don't know of 'The R Inferno', this revised edition is a book-length (intermediate level) explanation of a few trouble spots when using the R language. If you are using R and you think you're in hell, this is a map for you.
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by Norman Matloff - UC Davis
This book is for those who wish to write code in R, as opposed to those who use R mainly for a sequence of separate, discrete statistical operations. The reader's level of programming background may range from professional to novice.
by Vincent Zoonekynd
Contents: Introduction to R; Programming in R; From Data to Graphics; Customizing graphics; Factorial methods; Clustering; Probability Distributions; Estimators and Statistical Tests; Regression; Other regressions; Regression Problems; etc.
by W. N. Venables, D. M. Smith - Network Theory
Comprehensive introduction to R, a software package for statistical computing and graphics. R supports a wide range of statistical techniques, and is easily extensible via user-defined functions, or using modules written in C, C++ or Fortran.
by Colin Gillespie, Robin Lovelace - O'Reilly
The book is about increasing the amount of work you can do with R in a given amount of time. It's about both computational and programmer efficiency. It's for anyone who uses R and who wants to make their use of R more reproducible and faster.