This web page will contain a list of short guides for using R
to support the learning of statistics in an introductory course.
I will add additional topics as the semester progresses. R is free statistical software. It is an open source implementation of the S language. The Comprehensive R Archive Network web page at http://cran.r-project.org/ is the authoritative source of information about R. Its U.S. mirror is at http://cran.us.r-project.org/ . Search one of these sites for additional documentation about R. |

- Introduction [PDF]
- Installation [PDF]
- Some Basics [PDF]
- Entering Data [PDF]
- Exploratory Data Analysis [PDF]
- Probability Distributions[PDF]

Example | Exercise | Data |
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T tests | Exercise 1.12 | ex0112.csv |

ANOVA | Case Study 5.1 | case0501.csv |

Simple Linear Regression | Case Study 7.1 | case0701.csv |

Last modified: September 16, 2004

Bret Larget, larget@stat.wisc.edu