STRATA2012scripts.zipcontains 40 R scripts that form the basis of the tutorial. The auxiliary material is in two files:
pdfs.zipcontains some optional reference material
movies.zipcontains a data used in a data base example. It is not essential for the tutorial but is included for completeness.
The R scripts were tested on R 2.13.2. However, there should be no problem running them on R 2.14.1. The scripts also require a number of packages to be loaded. The primary package is rattle. When rattle loads, it also loads most of the other packages that will be needed. Additionally, near the top of each script required packages will be identified by line of code similar to
library(ggplot2). CRAN packages can be dound and downloaded <a href = “http://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/”>here.
Only 5 of the 40 scripts require Revolution R Enterprise. All of the others can be run from open source R which you may download directly from CRAN.
This tutorial will enable anyone with some programming experience to begin analyzing data with the R programming language
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