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A former member
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Hi There,
I am hearing on this Language and wanted to learn this language, as this one is needed for Business Objects Predictive Analysis tool. Along with R-Programming language, i want to learn Statistical Algorithms. Can anybody help me, how to start , where to start and what are the sources to learn.
Appreciate your help.
Jim L
user 52408502
Newark, CA
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Take a look at the Training Resources section of Dice's Big Data Talent Community
A former member
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Thanks for the reply. Going through those docs.
Kimberly S.
user 37055962
Sacramento, CA
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this class may be of interest to some - 3 day workshop at UCDavis. Beginner to intermediate.

http://www.hafnercons...­
Deba
Debaranjan
San Francisco, CA
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i am very new to the R language, actually i want to learn R and wanted to utilize in data analysis.Some body please help me in learning the R. Thanks in advance.
Mike W.
lazarillo
San Francisco, CA
Post #: 4
Hi Deba, All,

Folks above have already given some good links, and I'd simply add the r home page links: http://www.r-project....­ (then go to manuals). But I think we all know how to search the web & find some useful links.

Instead, let me mention a few person-to-person resources to try out. Highest on the list: why not attend one of the BARUG meetings hosted by this meetup page? Everyone is always nicer & more friendly in person, and it will help to find others who are local for things like job opportunities in the future, or whatever.

I have also found that while the R help group is an excellent resource as far as expertise (again, go to http://www.r-project....­ and click on the Mailing Lists link), people can be pretty harsh on that site, especially to folks new to 'R'. If you have a thick skin, it's great; the knowledge is unparalleled. For those thinner-skinned among us, I find "Stats Exchange" to be ideal: http://stats.stackexc...­ This is a forum focused upon statistics, not just 'R', but you can get a lot of good 'R' information, too. The best thing about this "<blah> Exchange" format is that it rewards users for good behavior. Seems silly & un-necessary in the professional world, but it works. I think that if it hasn't already, it will soon overshadow the R-help forum in terms of utility and quality. It is just so friendly. I use it to ask questions often. I don't search for questions that I could answer as much as I should... :(

Regards,
Mike







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