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### What is R?

R is an open-source programming **language for analytics and graphics** hugely popular for data and statistical analysis. It runs with the support of the R Foundation for Statistical Computing, and the R core development team maintains it. Data scientists at major companies and organizations use it for business intelligence and decision-making.

It is available for free and can run on almost all the major operating systems. Its syntax is intuitive and user-friendly. Anyone irrespective of any background in programming can learn R though the experience of programming may help a little bit.

### R as a statistical tool

R analytics is helpful in graphics and statistical computations. It is helpful in analytics for building practical models and identifying patterns. R programming language is the coding language for many statistical software packages.

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### Where is R used?

Corporations like Google, Facebook, and Accenture heavily use R statistical analysis techniques and R programming language.

R programming is one of the languages of choice among data analysts and statisticians worldwide as a statistics research tool. A lot of machine learning research and deep learning projects use R.

Various fields like medicine, business, and sports deploy R computational techniques. Some of the leading industries and specializations using R are:

**Finance**– The finance sector is the most extensive R and data science user. For financial tasks and computations, R has an advanced statistical suite.**Banking**– Many leading banks use a combination of statistical software and analytical tools like R and SAS. It is helpful in many types of risk analytics, including credit risk modeling.**Healthcare**– R is the statistical tool of choice for computing and predicting the potential communicability of various diseases, genetic sequence analysis, testing the efficacy and safety of combinations of pharmaceutical drugs. R has a Bioconductor package for genomic data analysis. R is also heavily used in critical pre-clinical trials for new medical techniques and drugs.**Manufacturing**– Many large manufacturing companies use R for their marketing decision-making and business strategies. They adjust their manufacturing volumes using R and data analytics for predicting demand and market trends.**Social media****Information technology****Research and academics****E-commerce**

### Key things to learn from our expert R tutor:

- Use and navigate the R environment
- Importing, exploring, modeling, and visualization of data
- How to effectively use R for statistical analysis
- Split, merge, and combine data sets
- Using data mining techniques to construct linear and nonlinear models
- Methods of reshaping and manipulating data
- Using the rgl package for interactive 3D visualizations
- Contributed packages like ggvis and ggplot2
- Recursion, closures, and anonymous functions
- Data types and data structures
- Loading, assembling and disassembling data
- Bundle reusable R functions
- Automating common development tasks
- Learning and improving package writing
- Text-mining methods using tidytext
- Rearrangement of complex data in simpler practical formats
- Finding key insights to make new predictions
- Input and output, linear regression, and graphics
- Build effective workflows by integrating NLP (natural language processing)
- Exploring and presenting data visually with R language’s graphical capabilities
- Cluster analysis, time series analysis, and classification methodologies
- Object-oriented and functional programming
- Performing data analysis
- Running mathematical simulations
- Applying machine learning to solve real-world problems

### R programming books

Given below is a list of some of the best R programming textbooks.

- R for Data Science – Import, Tidy, Transform, Visualize, and Model Data by Hadley Wickham and Garrett Grolemund. Publisher – O’Reilly Media
- Discovering Statistics Using R by Andy Field, Jeremy Miles, Zoe Field. Publisher – SAGE Publications Ltd
- The Book of R – A First Course in Programming and Statistics by Tilman M. Davies. Publisher – No Starch Press
- The Art of R Programming – A Tour of Statistical Software Design by Norman Matloff. Publisher – No Starch Press
- R Cookbook – Proven Recipes for Data Analysis, Statistics, and Graphics by JD Long, Paul Teetor. Publisher – O’Reilly Media
- R For Dummies by Andrie de Vries, Joris Meys. Publisher – For Dummies
- Learning R: A Step-by-Step Function Guide to Data Analysis by Richard Cotton. Publisher – O’Reilly Media
- Machine Learning with R – Expert techniques for predictive modeling by Brett Lantz. Publisher – Packt Publishing
- Text Mining with R – A Tidy Approach by Julia Silge, David Robinson. Publisher – O’Reilly Media
- R in Action – Data analysis and graphics with R and Tidyverseby Robert I Kabacoff. Publisher - Manning

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## R topics

- Introduction and basics of R
- Basic principles for application in data science
- R data types
- Logical and arithmetic operators
- Factor in R – continuous and categorical variables
- R matrix – Create, slice, add column, print
- Data Preparation for R
- Make R lists and select their elements
- Create, select, append, and subset in R data frames
- Data manipulation (join) and cleaning (spread) in R Dplyr
- Using Order() to sort a data frame
- Merging partial and full match data frames

- R programming functions
- While and for loops in R
- IF, ELSE, and ELSE IF statements
- Pearson and Spearman correlations with matrix in R
- Group_by() and summarise aggregate functions in R
- apply(), sapply(), lapply(), tapply() R functions
- Importing data into R from Excel, CSV, Stata, SPSS, and SAS Files
- Replacing missing values(NA) in R using na.rm and na.omit
- Exporting Data from R to Excel and CSV
- R Select(), Arrange(), Filter(), Pipeline
- Data analysis using R
- Drawing scatter plot with R using ggplot2

- Making boxplots in R
- One way and two way ANOVA with R
- One sample and paired T-tests in R
- Machine Learning with R
- Regression in R — simple, stepwise, and multiple linear regression
- R Decision Tree – classification tree and Code in R with Example
- R Random Forest with examples
- K-means clustering and examples in R
- Generalized linear model (GLM) in R
- Differences between bar graph and histogram
- The differences among Python, R, and SAS