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1.1 What is R?
1.2 Starting and Quitting R
1.3 A Simple Example: the c() Function and the Assignment Operator
1.4 The Workspace
1.5 Getting Help
1.6 More on Functions in R
1.7 Printing and Saving Your Work
1.8 Other Sources of Reference
1.9 Exercises
2.1 Basic Math
2.2 Vector Arithmetic
2.3 Matrix Operations
3.1 Sequences
3.2 Reading in Data: Single Vectors
3.3.1 Creating Data Frames
3.3.2 Datasets Included with R
3.3.3 Accessing Portions of a Data Frame
3.3.4 Reading in Datasets
3.3.5 Data files in formats other than ASCII text
3.4 Exercises
4.1 The Graphics Window
4.2.1 The plot() Function
4.2.2 The curve() Function
4.3 Graph Embellishments
4.4 Changing Graphics Parameters
4.5 Exercises
5.1 Numerical Summaries
5.2 Graphical Summaries
5.3 Exercises
6.1 Distribution Functions in R
6.2 A Simulation Application: Monte Carlo Integration
6.3.1 Discrete Distributions
6.3.2 Continuous Distributions
6.4 Random Sampling
6.5 Exercises
7.2.1 Factor Variables
7.2.2 The ANOVA Table
7.2.3 Multiple Comparisons
7.3 Linear Regression
7.4.1 Goodness of Fit
7.4.2 Contingency Tables
7.5 Other Tests
8.1 Scripts
8.2 Control Flow
8.3 Writing Functions
8.4 Numerical Methods
8.5 Exercises
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