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In case you've forgotten common useful R functions, here's a cheat sheet R
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- General Information on Plotting
- Making Inset Maps
- Making a Correlated Random Walk
- Ocean Colors: Obtaining and presenting sattelite based chlorophyll concentrations maps
- Bathymetry data: like Ocean Colors, but for depth, and not as sophisticated yet
- Polygons from images sourced outside R
- String Manipulation
- Interactive Debugging in R
- 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. Here is how, with some easy-to-follow examples.
For all things R, a useful resource might be the R Users Wiki, with information of relevance to all levels of experience.