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Starting with R

Starting with R
I have a bit of data that I want to analyse (on differing definitions of open peer review, since you ask) and thought this would be a great place to get started with R. Since I'm a complete novice though (with no background in stats at all), I turned to the Twitter hivemind to ask which tutorials people would recommend. And as usual, my question brought a ton of great suggestions. Demonstrations of the "kindness of strangers" like this are really one of the things that makes Twitter such a revelation for a recent convert like me and so, to pass this on, I've here storified the answers. Thanks again to all who answered (I'll add more as they come in). (Disclaimer: I haven't tested these all myself!)

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Sunday, 13 October 2019

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