R tips

From QERM Wiki
(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
(reorganized list of topics, added contour plots link)
(Added testing page)
Line 7: Line 7:
 
===General===
 
===General===
 
* [[R/Editors | Editors that make writing R code easier]]
 
* [[R/Editors | Editors that make writing R code easier]]
 +
* [[R/Test | Testing functions in R]]
  
 
===Plots===
 
===Plots===
Line 27: Line 28:
 
* Sometimes R users need to encounter C, for example, to maintain an R package, or to speed up existing functions. It is fairly straightforward to run C code from within R. {{Pdf|RCinterface.pdf|Here}} is how, with some easy-to-follow examples.   
 
* Sometimes R users need to encounter C, for example, to maintain an R package, or to speed up existing functions. It is fairly straightforward to run C code from within R. {{Pdf|RCinterface.pdf|Here}} is how, with some easy-to-follow examples.   
 
[[Category: R tips]]
 
[[Category: R tips]]
 
  
 
==Useful External Links==
 
==Useful External Links==

Revision as of 23:53, 15 June 2009

RlogoHires.jpg

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!

Contents

QERM wiki pages about R

General

Plots

Numerical analysis

Other

  • Interactive Debugging in R
  • String Manipulation
  • Sometimes R users need to encounter C, for example, to maintain an R package, or to speed up existing functions. It is fairly straightforward to run C code from within R. Pdf10.png Here is how, with some easy-to-follow examples.

Useful External Links

Personal tools