[R] The R Book by M. J. Crawley

Uwe Ligges ligges at statistik.uni-dortmund.de
Tue Jul 3 14:33:05 CEST 2007

Pietrzykowski, Matthew (GE, Research) wrote:
> Hello all-
> I would appreciate any guidance that can be provided.  I am new to R and
> am 
> using it exclusively in a statistics program I am undertaking that
> mainly references
> Minitab.  My focus is on data modeling and further more multivariate
> data analysis
> as much of my work in involves chemical measurements from custom sensors
> using
> all sorts of transduction methods.   I am looking for a reference that
> has sound statistical
> foundations with relevant R commands as well as multivariate support.  I
> saw the new book,
> "The R Book", by Michael J. Crawley and wanted to know what R users
> thoughts of it.

The author seems to be an expert in (almost?) all available statistical 
programming languages and able to write almost 1000 pages about these 
languages. He also seems to be a perfect R programmer, since the title 
is "The R book".

Uwe Ligges

> Thanks in advance,
> Matt
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