About R Basics
The R Basics course was created by R Tutorials. It is meant to give you an introductory understanding of the R language. It takes about 2 hr (+ the time you need to solve the exercises) to complete this course. This is just enough time for a brief introduction.
R programming becomes more and more popular since it is fully open source and reacts very dynamic to new developments.
Nowadays it is vital in many scientific or other analytical fields to have a good understanding of the R language. With the R Basics course you can build a very solid foundation to later on branch out to the various applications R has to offer.
You will learn about basic commands like “paste”, “seq”, “rep” and you will also see how graphs are created in R.
We use RStudio as our user interface. You will quickly see that this software makes using R much easier.
What are the requirements?
- Genuine Interest in statistical programming
- Computer ready to run R and RStudio
- Basic understanding of statistics and data structure
What am I going to get from this course?
- Over 29 lectures and 3 hours of content!
- You will learn how to navigate in the RStudio interface
- You will learn how to make basic graphs
- You will learn about the basic structure of R including packages
- You will learn how to perform basic commands in the R programming language
What is the target audience?
- Students who need R for their courses
- Web developers who want to implement data analysis features in their webpage
- Everybody interested in statistics and data sciences
- Researchers who perform data analysis including graphs
What our students think about the R Basics course:
“This is a great introduction to R. I was able to easily follow the lessons. I specially appreciate the short time format!”
“I loved the course. I can’t wait to start another one by the instructor! Presented the material in an easy to understand and logical manner. Great work! Thank you.”
“This was an excellent course for beginners. It is presented well with a good explanation of each step.”