Media praise for R Cookbook

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"When complimented with Joseph Adler's R in a Nutshell, R Cookbook is a well-written compilation of R exercises that will help any reader appreciate the flexibility and statistical analysis power that the language has to offer."
-- Mike Riley,

"If you haven't picked it up yet, I recommend checking it out: if you already have a basic familiarity of the R syntax, but want to expand your skills, this is an excellent book. One of the best was to learn R is by doing with R, and the recipe-guide style of the book really helps with a step-by-step process for tackling all sorts of practical problems."
-- David Smith, Revolution Analytics

"For those who already use R, the R Cookbook can be a handy reference when Google lets you down. I imagine those who are familiar with statistical methods but use different software like SAS will also find this useful."
-- Nathan Yau,

"If you want know more about 'R' this is the book to read. "
-- Mike Baker,

"Data analysts will find this a unique, invaluable guide!"
-- James A. Cox, The Midwest Book Review: The Bookwatch, June 2011, Volume 6, Number 6

"This is a book about how to use the R programming language to solve several statistical problems like combinations, probabilities, frequencies, quantiles, means, correlations, regressions and ANOVA analysis, and as a plus, time series analysis. " Full Review >
-- Eder Andres Avila Nino,

"R Cookbook by Paul TeetorMy rating: 4 of 5 starsA part of the cookbook series is expected to provide a multitude of examples of useful tasks. The R Cookbook does this, but also more. This provides more, teaching about R beyond what reference books and most tutorials.One weakness of R… " Full Review >
-- Kiatikun Luangkesorn,

"The R Cookbook by Paul Teetor is a solid addition to the well respected series. It provides a rich collection of useful examples written in the proven method The book is targeted at a wide audience from R novice eager to just start playing in R to more experienced practitioners looking to hone and round out their R repertoire. Highly recommended." Full Review >
-- Shawn Day,

"The R Cookbook should be on your bookshelf if you work with R. The book is as self-described, a collection of tasks and how to accomplish those tasks in R (recipes). This is not a tutorial on language, but is definitely recommended for novices." Full Review >
-- John Brady,

"Simply put, one of the best R starters around. What you get here are recipes for most common problems you will face while working with R." Full Review >
-- Michal Konrad Owsiak,