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Initiation to R: This is a tutorial to get started with R. This is intended for true beginners without prior knowledge. And it is not a statistics tutorial either; it focuses on the R language.
Use and share it under the terms of the CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license (see License).
Check the initiationR.html document for the tutorial. Save it and open it in your browser because Codeberg does not do well with displaying HTML files.
To download an HTML file from Codeberg, first display the “raw” file and then save it as HTML.
Alternatively, use Codeberg HTML Preview to render it directly.
Check the initiationR.Rmd file to see the source of the HTML document.
The initiationR.Rproj file is the RStudio project file.
The figs directory contains images used in the script.
The RStudioVersion.R file is script to get the used version of RStudio and write it to a TXT file (RStudioVersion.txt). This is necessary as the function
RStudio.Version() can only be run in an interactive session (see this post for details).
I am grateful for every feedback.
Feel free to correct and comment this tutorial; I will try to improve it as much as I can!