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Statistics Using R An Integrative Approach

Authors

Sharon Lawner Weinberg, New York University, Daphna Harel, New York University, Sarah Knapp Abramowitz, Drew University
Published 2023

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Statistics Using R introduces the most up-to-date approaches to R programming alongside an introduction to applied statistics using real data in the behavioral, social, and health sciences. It is uniquely focused on the importance of data management as an underlying and key principle of data analysis. It includes an online R tutorial for learning the basics of R, as well as two R files for each chapter, one in Base R code and the other in tidyverse R code, that…

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Key features

  • Offers a conceptual approach to topics in data science and analysis, grounded in examples using real data
  • Integrates the popular and free R statistical computing software, providing easily editable R files for each chapter
  • Links good statistical and data science practice to the analysis of real data in the behavioral, social, and health sciences

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