There exist a lot of freely available resources for R in the web. This is one of the great side of using R. Here is a short list of those.
- Quick R: For a starter, I recommend this page to have a look first.
- UCLA R tutorial site: Another great page for starters. Some very good examples are available here.
- Ebooks collection: A great ebook collection maintained by Statistics.com.
- R graphics gallery: A great collection of graphics generated by R with source codes.
- R bloggers: A collection of blogs based on R.
- R tutor: A nice set of tutorials.
- R cookbook: Great set a tutos. Must read.
- R blogs in universities around the world.
- Learning R
- Hadley Wickham’s website: had.co.nz
- Hadley Wickham’s devtools wiki: https://github.com/hadley/devtoo…
Books / Manuals
Statistics + R (Basic books)
- Venebles and Ripley, Modern Applied Statistics with S [3mb pdf].
- Dalgaard, Introductory Statistics with R.
- Maindonald and Braun, Data Analysis and Graphics Using R.
R language (for advanced users only)