Media praise for 25 Recipes for Getting Started with R

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"I gained a lot of out using this book."
-- Richard Dallaway, RichardDallaway.com

"25 Recipes for Getting Started with R by Paul Teetor is a little book of examples that solve particular problems using R. What's "R" you ask? Well, then this isn't the book for you, despite its "Getting Started" moniker. I knew that R was a hot new thing (program or… " Full Review >
-- Brent Lattin, lookjane.blogspot.com

"Need to "do stats"? This text is a great way to get a hands-on tour of how to use R, to find out if you want to learn more." Full Review >
-- Richard Dallaway, Richard.dallaway.com

"25 Recipes for Getting Started with R is a collection of short introductory tutorials (“recipes”) derived from the R Cookbook by the same author. The goal is to show the reader how to perform basic tasks in R, a language for statistical analysis. Starting with the obligatory “installing R”, the… " Full Review >
-- John Brady, www.jfbrady.com/blog/

"This book contains a fantastic first glance at the R language and its possibilities for statistical data analysis. The book is targeted to the new R programmer, and assumes from the reader basic knowledge of statistics. Easy to read, it provides users with the basics to start making use of" " Full Review >
-- Jose San Pedro, www.jsanpedro.es/blog/

"Simple, straight to the point, and nicely composed introduction to R. This is the first impression after you go briefly through all the chapters." Full Review >
-- Michal Konrad Owsiak, www.owsiak.org