In the first part I covered a little background of R language, how to install R and RStudio and to install packages or load a library (). In this part I will be covering the following topics
<-to define a variable.
# Assigning values to variables
a <- 1
b <- 1…
In this post I will be covering the following topics that will help us to take first step in learning R language.
R was developed by statisticians and data analysts as an interactive environment for data analysis.
We will need R and R studio on our local computer and I recommend RStudio, an integrated development environment (IDE), to edit and test our code.
Both R and RStudio can be freely downloaded and installed.
You can download R from the Comprehensive R Archive Network (CRAN) or search for CRAN on your browser.