[R] R book or other materials for teaching a one week class on data analysis

Michael Friendly friendly at yorku.ca
Sat Jul 6 18:16:10 CEST 2013

How about Fox & Weisberg Companion to Applied Regression (& the car 
package).  John also has some short course materials on his web site

On 7/6/2013 11:37 AM, Werner W. wrote:
> Dear Rusers,
> I am starting to develop a one week course in which I want to cover an R programming introduction and go over data analysis / statistics / econometrics incl. visualization and maybe reproducible research as an extra. The goal is to give research students a kick start with R so that they can use it productively for their thesis work and add or refresh some statistics / analysis / econometrics skills.
> I have collected some materials from the web etc. which will be helpful but it probably would be good to have one main book or other reference which the students can hold on to as a reference or guideline over the course.
> Would anyone have a good suggestion what book to use or even experience with using one in a similar course?
> Thank you very much for any ideas!
> Werner

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