Media praise for R in a Nutshell

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"Whether you are: (1) new to R, (2) trying to land a job where R skills are required, (3) working on projects that could benefit from R’s excellent statistical and graphics capabilities, or (4) an old hand at R, you should have this updated “desktop quick reference” manual on hand."
-- Si Dunn, Sagecreek Productions

"R is a popular tool among data scientists because it's just like a Swiss Army knife (or may be more!) for them! R in a nutshell does a great job of explaining you R as a swiss army knife for your data analysis needs!" Full Review >
-- Paras Doshi, parasdoshi.com

"The book does a great job of getting you up to speed on how to read the R language, how R organizes and works with datasets, and how to perform analyses and generate visuals." Full Review >
-- Roy Legaard, cv13.net

"I have bought R in a Nutshell some time ago (1-st edition) and I was pleased with it. It is very decent introduction to R. I am using R casually for doing server logs analysis, mostly. And from my point of view, a person who doesn't speak R fluently, this book is very handy." Full Review >
-- Michal Konrad Owsiak, www.owsiak.org

"This post is my review of Joseph Adler’s R in a Nutshell 2nd Edition, published by O’Reilly. I chose this book because I’m just getting started with statistics. I’ve read other books in  the O’Reilly Nutshell series and found them … Continue reading →" Full Review >
-- John Pertell, www.pertell.com/sqlservings/