This will be a repository of tips for using R. To add a tip, just create a link below, for example: Separating the Red Sea and save the page. The link will be red. Just click on the red link and you will automatically be editing the page. Nothing like a blank canvas to share your hard-gleaned wisdom!
QERM wiki pages about R
- Editors that make writing R code easier
- Testing functions in R
- Working with files in R
- Enter the tidyverse
- General Information on Plotting
- Plots for Publication
- Making Inset Maps
- Ocean Colors: Obtaining and presenting satellite based chlorophyll concentrations maps
- Bathymetry data: like Ocean Colors, but for depth, and not as sophisticated yet
- Polygons from images sourced outside R
- Perspective Plots
- Contour Plots
- Adding letters to identify sub-figures
- Margins and Outer Margins
- Making Interactive Plots with RStudio
- CRAN list of optimization functions . Very, very extensive.
- Interactive Debugging in R
- String Manipulation
- Run C code in R
- Call R from Java
- Running Windows/DOS shell commands in R
- Classes in R
- Totally Miscellaneous
- Working with Data Frames
Compatibility with LaTeX
Useful External Links
- RSeek - the R-Google, or Roogle, or gRoogle, or something.
- The NCEAS R Programming Resource Center
- James Forester's R tips - Is a nice little blog with plenty of ecology related R tips, much in the vein of the QERM R tips.
Guides and Manuals
- A nice style guide for R syntax written by R users who work at Google.
- R for Beginners by Emmanuel Paradis
- YaRI - Yet another R Introduction by Andreas Handel
- A useful pdf cheat-sheet
- Biological Data Analysis Using R by Rodney Dyer is an open textbook on using R with biological applications. Note, in particular, the chapter on manipulating images.
- R Users Wiki, with information of relevance to all levels of experience.
- The R Inferno by UW Statistics alum Patrick Burns. Lots of cool tips to take you to the next level in your expeRience.