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R tutorials - introduction to R Studio

In this video you will learn how to get along with R Studio.
R Studio is a very useful interface. It will make your life much easier.


R Exercises – 71-80 – Loops (For Loop, Which Loop, Repeat Loop), If and Ifelse Statements in R
R Exercises – 71-80 – Loops (For Loop, Which Loop, Repeat Loop), If and Ifelse Statements in R
  • 2016.09.13
  • R Tutorials
  • r-tutorials.com
Required packages for the excises 1. ‘College’ dataset – Basic row manipulations a. Transform ‘College’ from ‘ISLR’ to data.table. Make sure to keep the University identifier. We will use this new data.table called ‘dtcollege’ throughout this block of exercises. b. Get familiar with the dataset and its variables. c. Extract rows 40 to 60 as a...
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Biostatistics in R - introduction to meta analysis in R

In this video you will learn how you can perform a meta analysis by using the library meta in R.


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Writing Scripts in R

Learn how to work with scripts in R and how to submit commands/functions to R console from the RStudio's Source (Script) Editor. You will also learn very handy keyboard short-cuts, and the use of the tab key.


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How to Install Packages in R

Here we will learn to use the "install.packages" command/function in R programming language or menu options in RStudio. This video is a tutorial for programming in R Statistical Software for beginners.


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Export Data from R (csv , txt and other formats)

How to export data out of R and save in various formats such as csv, tab-delimited, space-delimited.

  • In this R programming tutorial, you will learn to use "write.table", "write.csv", "write.csv2", “write.command” and "write.delim" to export data out of R. 
  • In this tutorial, you will learn to use "sep" argument to specify the file format or separator for the values, “row.names” argument to include or exclude the row names.


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