Join Mark Niemann-Ross for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know before watching this course, part of Code Clinic: R.
- If you've never programmed a computer before you'll probably find this course baffling. Especially since R can be somewhat of a confusing language. If you've never programmed a computer, try Foundations of Programming with Simon Allardice. It's an excellent introduction to basic computing concepts and you'll be much happier when you return to this course. Likewise, a background in R is helpful. Try Up and Running with R with Barton Poulson. It isn't necessary, and if you've mastered another programming language, this code clinic will be very useful.
Before, during, or after viewing a solution in R, you might want to view some of the other code clinic courses. Comparing how a problem is solved in one language will give you insights into the other languages, including R.
Mark introduces challenges and then provides an overview of his solutions in R. Challenges include topics such as statistical analysis, searching directories for images, and accessing peripheral devices.
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: R Studio tells me that it can't find files I expect to be available. Where can I find them?
A: Use the setwd() command to set the working directory to match the folder you're working in.
Q: I am unable to access the Lake Pend Oreille data from outside the U.S.
A: A static copy of this data is provided here for lynda.com members outside of the U.S.
R Statistics Essential Trainingwith Barton Poulson5h 59m Intermediate
1. Problem One: Statistical Analysis
2. Problem Two: Image Analysis
3. Problem Three: Eight Queens
4. Accessing Peripherals
5. Recursion and Directories
Walking the directory sort code10m 56s
6. Building the Web
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