Introduction To R Programming
As we mentioned earlier, R is so much more than just a go-to answer in Wheel Of Fortune. R is an ideal programming language for solving complex data problems and creating high-level graphics. This course will give you your first taste of R so you can decide if it's something you want to pursue.
Learning R For Data Visualization
One of the edges R has over Python is the ability to create sophisticated data visualizations. That means no more fumbling around in MS Paint to create a lopsided pie chart for that presentation you put off. R can develop histograms, scatterplots, and many other plots by importing data from CSV and Excel tables.
R Graph Essentials
Since R is excellent for managing vast amounts of data, you'll rely on it if you work for a business that handles tons of users or financial details. (Or if you're a pirate. Arrrrhhh ... get it? We're so sorry. For everything.) Luckily, despite how intimidating those data sets can be, R can make extremely sophisticated visualizations in shockingly efficient ways. Once you have a grasp of these essentials, you'll be ready to dive into R.
R: Data Analysis And Visualization Book
This large 1,738-page book is not only a digital paperweight, but will also dive into R's more complex concepts. You'll cover statistical reasoning, graphing, data mining, quantitative finance concepts, and machine learning. That's right, R is the language you should learn if you want to make robots come up with funny names for guinea pigs.