R Reference Card (especially useful for Newbies)

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R Reference Card (especially useful for Newbies)

Bert Gunter
 


Newbies (and others!) may find useful the R Reference Card made available by
Tom Short and Rpad at http://www.rpad.org/Rpad/Rpad-refcard.pdf  or through
the "Contributed" link on CRAN (where some other reference cards are also
linked). It categorizes and organizes a bunch of R's basic, most used
functions so that they can be easily found. For example, paste() is under
the "Strings" heading and expand.grid() is under "Data Creation." For
newbies struggling to find the right R function as well as veterans who
can't quite remember the function name, it's very handy.
 
-- Bert Gunter
Genentech Non-Clinical Statistics
South San Francisco, CA
 
"The business of the statistician is to catalyze the scientific learning
process."  - George E. P. Box

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Leo-11
Berton Gunter <[hidden email]> writes:

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>
>
> Newbies (and others!) may find useful the R Reference Card made available by
> Tom Short and Rpad at http://www.rpad.org/Rpad/Rpad-refcard.pdf  or through
> the "Contributed" link on CRAN (where some other reference cards are also
> linked). It categorizes and organizes a bunch of R's basic, most used
> functions so that they can be easily found. For example, paste() is under
> the "Strings" heading and expand.grid() is under "Data Creation." For
> newbies struggling to find the right R function as well as veterans who
> can't quite remember the function name, it's very handy.
>  
> -- Bert Gunter
> Genentech Non-Clinical Statistics
> South San Francisco, CA
>  
> "The business of the statistician is to catalyze the scientific learning
> process."  - George E. P. Box
>
Thank you, Bert. Very helpful.

--
Leon

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