[R] The Green Book and its relevance to R
Dr. Christoph Scherber
Christoph.Scherber at agr.uni-goettingen.de
Sat Jun 21 12:54:35 CEST 2008
Do you mean "Statistical Computing" by Crawley? In that case, there is a
web appendix showing some differences between R and S-Plus.
There is also John Fox´s Book "Companion to Applied Linear Regression"
that compares R and S-Plus, and Richard Heiberger´s book (Heiberger &
Holland) comparing S-Plus, R and SAS.
Hope this helps-.
> I bogged down about half way through reading the Green Book, in part
> because it became increasingly difficult to understand how some of the
> ideas related to R, as opposed to S (which I have not used). Does any
> reader know whether there is a document that points out differences
> between S and R that would be helpful in reading the Green Book?
> Ideally, perhaps, I need a "crib sheet" to help relate "Programming with
> data" to R, as opposed to S. And, incidentally, in the opinion of those
> who have read all three, which of the books, blue, green, or white (or
> maybe V & R "S programming"?), would be most recommended as the next
> book for one who would move beyond advanced beginner status?
> (Programming experience in Fortran, APL, Python, small-system assembly
> language, but not C).
> Ben Fairbank
> San Antonio, Texas
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