Introduction to R
These are the course notes for the “Introduction to R” course given by the Monash Bioinformatics Platform.
R is both a programming language and an interactive environment for statistics. Today we will be concentrating on R as an interactive environment.
We will be using RStudio, a friendly front end to R. On the day, we will be using RStudio from the web, but you can also install R and RStudio on your laptop. Both R and RStudio are free.
r-intro.pdf - These notes as a pdf.
r-intro-files.zip - Zip file containing data we are working with.
In this series:
This course is developed by the Monash Bioinformatics Platform, with contributions by Paul Harrison, Haroon Naeem, and Nick Wong.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Some of this material is derived from work that is Copyright (c) Software Carpentry. Any errors and failures of pedagogy are our own.