simpleR Using R for Introductory Statistics.

By John Verzani Version 0.4 (August 22, 2002).

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Preface

These notes are an introduction to using the statistical software package

These notes were written to take advantage of

There are several references to data and functions in this text that need to be installed prior to their use. To install the data is easy, but the instructions vary depending on your system. For Windows users, you need to download the ``zip'' file , and then install from the ``packages'' menu. In UNIX, one uses the command

http://www.math.csi.cuny.edu/Statistics/R/simpleR/Simple_0.4.zip for Windows users.If necessary, the file can sent in an email. As well, the individual data sets can be found online in the directory

http://www.math.csi.cuny.edu/Statistics/R/simpleR/Simple_0.4.tar.gz for UNIX users.

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- Table of Contents
- Introduction
- Data
- Univariate Data
- Bivariate Data
- Handling bivariate categorical data
- Plotting tabular data
- Handling bivariate data: categorical vs. numerical
- Bivariate data: numerical vs. numerical
- Comparing two distributions with plots
- Using scatterplots to compare relationships
- Linear regression.
- Residual plots
- Correlation coefficients
- Locating points
- Resistant regression
- Using
`rlm`or`lqs`for resistant regression - Problems

- Multivariate Data
- Random Data
- Simulations
- Exploratory Data Analysis
- Confidence Interval Estimation
- Hypothesis Testing
- Two-sample tests
- Chi Square Tests
- Regression Analysis
- Multiple Linear Regression
- Analysis of Variance
- Installing R
- External Packages
- A sample R session
- What happens when R starts?
- Using Functions
- Entering Data into
`R` - Teaching Tricks
- Sources of help, documentation
- Index

Copyright © John Verzani, 2001-2. All rights reserved.

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