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Getting started with R : an introduction for biologists

Andrew P. Beckerman (Author), Dylan Z. Childs (Author), Owen L. Petchey (Author)
A popular entry-level guide into the use of R as a statistical programming and data management language for students, post-docs, and seasoned researchers now in a new revised edition, incorporating the updates in the R environment, and also adding guidance on the use of more complex statistical analyses and tools.
Print Book, English, 2017
Oxford university press, Oxford, 2017
xviii, 231 p. ill., graf. 24 cm
9780198787846, 0198787847
Preface1: Getting and getting acquainted with R2: Getting your data into R3: Data management, manipulation, and exploration with dplyr4: Visualising your data5: Introducing statistics in R6: Advancing your statistics in R7: Getting started with generalised linear models8: Pimping your plots: scales and themes in ggplot29: Closing remarksAppendices