 R tutorial
 About R
 Installing R
 Getting started
 Reading data into R
 Basic data manipulation in R
 Basic plots in R
 Plots with multiple series, colour, and legends
 Histograms
 Annotating plots: grid lines, arrows, lines, and identifying interesting points
 Dealing with factors (categorical variables)
 Calculating statistics from a data sample
 Dealing with distributions
 Extending R with packages
 Programming in R: loops and flow control
 Vectors and matrices
 Building a least squares model in R
 Extracting information from a linear model in R
 Testing a linear model in R
 Transformation of data in a linear model
 Investigating outliers, discrepancies and other influential points
 Linear models with multiple Xvariables (MLR)
 Linear models with integer variables
 Next steps (coming soon)
 Python/MATLAB tutorial
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