Not a book, but a compendium of resources that look really valuable.
An archive all books published via bookdown.org. It’s a very very big repo.
Note these projects are frozen, but they do contain a lot of resources in multiple languages.
Many of these are quite old publications, but it doesn’t mean they’re outdated or not useful. If you’re really digging for a specific resource that you can’t find anywhere else, it may be here. Good luck!
This book grew out of my evergrowing collection of reference materials that was saved as an expanding array of markdown files in a github repo. By assembling it as a book, I hope that it will be more accessible and useful to other R users.
Useful links for people interested in R.
A searchable archive of 180+ books.
by A book series
This book series reflects the recent rapid growth in the development and application of R, the programming language and software environment for statistical computing and graphics.
This is a collection of some 70+ books. This series of inexpensive and focused books on R will publish shorter books aimed at practitioners. Books can discuss the use of R in a particular subject area (e.g., epidemiology, econometrics, psychometrics) or as it relates to statistical topics (e.g., missing data, longitudinal data).
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