Statistical Programming in R

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ISBN:

9780199480357

Publication date:

13/06/2017

Paperback

264 pages

241.0x184.0mm

Price: 375.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780199480357

Publication date:

13/06/2017

Paperback

264 pages

241.0x184.0mm

Statistical Programming in R is a textbook designed to explain the theory, syntax, and scripting of this powerful language that helps build robust statistical models, analyse huge data with ease, and visualize and draw meaningful inferences. This book is designed for the first course on the subject taught for the students of undergraduate engineering in computer science and computer applications. It would also be useful for people who are beginners in data science and statistical analysis and those who want to begin with a hands-on approach to using R.

Suitable for: students of undergraduate engineering in computer science and computer applications

Rights:  World Rights

Description

Statistical Programming in R is a textbook designed to explain the theory, syntax, and scripting of this powerful language that helps build robust statistical models, analyse huge data with ease, and visualize and draw meaningful inferences. This book is designed for the first course on the subject taught for the students of undergraduate engineering in computer science and computer applications. It would also be useful for people who are beginners in data science and statistical analysis and those who want to begin with a hands-on approach to using R.

The book begins with the basics, followed by chapters on factors, data frames, and lists. A discussion on conditionals and control flow, loops, and data structures follows. Applications to data sets are discussed in the succeeding chapters on the apply family and R charts and graphics. The last chapter of the book is dedicated to a detailed discussion of probability and statistical examples from various domains.

Interspersed with various programming examples throughout, the book provides multiple-choice questions, programming exercises, and simple concept application exercises at the end of relevant chapters.

Table of contents

  1. Basics of R
  2. Factors and Data Frames
  3. Lists
  4. Conditionals and Control Flow
  5. Iterative Programming in R
  6. Functions in R
  7. Apply Family in R
  8. Charts and Graphs
  9. Data Interfaces
  10. Statistical Applications

Features

  • Addresses topics such as bar charts and pie charts to perform real data analysis ranging from reading data stored in various file formats to plotting the results of the analysis
  • Illustrates examples such as binary search tree implementation and accessing keyboard and monitor for general input and output
  • Explains the various constructs in R and the nuances among them
  • Explains how R can interface with CSV, Excel, XML, and JSON files
  • Provides lucid examples covering ANOVA, advanced statistics, splines, and also covers data visualization through R

ONLINE RESOURCES
For faculty
  • Solutions manual (for select exercises)
  • Lecture PPTs


For students
  • Useful web links

Description

Statistical Programming in R is a textbook designed to explain the theory, syntax, and scripting of this powerful language that helps build robust statistical models, analyse huge data with ease, and visualize and draw meaningful inferences. This book is designed for the first course on the subject taught for the students of undergraduate engineering in computer science and computer applications. It would also be useful for people who are beginners in data science and statistical analysis and those who want to begin with a hands-on approach to using R.

The book begins with the basics, followed by chapters on factors, data frames, and lists. A discussion on conditionals and control flow, loops, and data structures follows. Applications to data sets are discussed in the succeeding chapters on the apply family and R charts and graphics. The last chapter of the book is dedicated to a detailed discussion of probability and statistical examples from various domains.

Interspersed with various programming examples throughout, the book provides multiple-choice questions, programming exercises, and simple concept application exercises at the end of relevant chapters.

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Table of contents

  1. Basics of R
  2. Factors and Data Frames
  3. Lists
  4. Conditionals and Control Flow
  5. Iterative Programming in R
  6. Functions in R
  7. Apply Family in R
  8. Charts and Graphs
  9. Data Interfaces
  10. Statistical Applications

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