If you’re new to R and want to learn how to use it, this library might be a little daunting.
There’s so much choice!
If you aren’t sure where to start, then try one of these two options:
This book is an excellent introduction to R programming and gets you started with visualizing data so you see some exciting stuff, and the power of R, right away.
The book is free to read at https://r4ds.had.co.nz/
There’s an accompanying exercise solution book at https://jrnold.github.io/r4ds-exercise-solutions/
For a different take on the solutions, check out Yet another ‘R for Data Science’ study guide which can also be found at https://brshallo.github.io/r4ds_solutions/
If you’d like more of a roadmap which incorporates this book, have a look at my blogpost:
If you prefer video instruction with progress tracking, check out this course from “R for the Rest of Us” called Getting Started with R.
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