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Jitendra Narayan

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**R** is a free software programming language and a software environment for statistical computing and graphics. The R language is widely used among statisticians and data miners for developing statistical software^{} and data analysis. R's popularity has increased substantially in recent years with the availability of huge genomic data and biological packages. Bioconductor provides tools for the analysis and comprehension of high-throughput genomic data. Bioconductor uses the R statistical programming language, and is open source and open development.

This group have been created to make an interative networks of statistical programmer.

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### One page R survival guide !!

By Rahul Nayak 874 days agoThere any many of the documents have been developed and tested by scientist around the world.

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### R Graphs !!

By Jit 349 days ago Comments (1)rgraphgallery.blogspot.be - The blog is a collection of script examples with example data and output plots. R produce excellent quality graphs for data analysis, science and business presentation, publications and other purposes. Self-help codes and examples are provided....### Statistical for biological research

By Neelam Jha 350 days agowww.nature.com - There is no disputing the importance of statistical analysis in biological research, but too often it is considered only after an experiment is completed, when it may be too late. This collection highlights important statistical issues that...### RStudio

By Jitendra Narayan 1027 days ago Comments (1)http://www.rstudio.com/ - RStudio IDE is a powerful and productive user interface for R. It’s free and open source, and works great on Windows, Mac, and Linux. The developers and expert trainers are the authors of several popular R packages, including ggplot2, plyr,...### R programming and Jobs website

By Pragati Singh 1243 days agowww.programmingr.com - Welcome to the R Jobs section of ProgrammingR.com. If your organization has an R employment opportunity that you would like to have posted here, submit it via the contact page. Prospective employees: use the contact information provided in the...### R and Bioconductor Tutorial

By Jitendra Narayan 1518 days ago Comments (62)manuals.bioinformatics.ucr.edu - This tutorial is intended to introduce users quickly to the basics of R, focusing on a few common tasks that biologists need to perform some basic analysis: load a table, plot some graphs, and perform some basic statistics. More...

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### R Graphical Cookbook by Winston Chang

By Abhimanyu Singh 349 days agoR Graphical Cookbook by Winston Chang A very nice book by Winston Chang for R ethusiast. The R code presented in these pages is the R code actually used to produce the Figures in the book. There will be differences compared to the code chunks...### Statistics Using R with Biological Examples

By Neelam Jha 350 days agoThis book is a manifestation of my desire to teach researchers in biology a bit more about statistics than an ordinary introductory course covers and to introduce the utilization of R as a tool for analyzing their data. My goal is to reach those...

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- It is often necessary to import sample textbook data into R before you start working on your homework. Excel File Quite frequently, the sample data is in Excel format, and needs to be imported into R prior to use. For this, we can...
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- R Graphical Cookbook by Winston Chang A very nice book by Winston Chang for R ethusiast. The R code presented in these pages is the R code actually used to produce the Figures in the book. There will be differences compared to the code chunks...
- The blog is a collection of script examples with example data and output plots. R produce excellent quality graphs for data analysis, science and business presentation, publications and other purposes. Self-help codes and examples are provided....Comments

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### Which are the best statistical programming languages to study for a bioinformatician?

Started by Jitendra Narayan 1562 days ago Replies (8) Last reply by Rahul Nayak 874 days agoIn Bio-informatics based genome sequencing and predicting metabolic pathways research jobs I used Matlab, SAS, SPSS, R and several Bioconductor packages. Matlab had a lot of powerful tools and was easy to use, whereas SPSS is for...

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### Import R Data

Last updated 99 days ago by Abhimanyu SinghIt is often necessary to import sample textbook data into R before you start working on your homework. Excel File Quite frequently, the sample data is in Excel format, and needs to be imported into R prior to use. For this, we can...### A guide for complete R beginners !

Last updated 971 days ago by Archana MalhotraThis tutorial is intended to introduce users quickly to the basics of R, focusing on a few common tasks that biologists need to perform some basic analysis: load a table, plot some graphs, and perform some basic statistics. More...### Next generation sequencing in R or bioconductor environment

Last updated 1234 days ago by John Parker Comments (3)There are many R software and bioconductor packages for NGS data analysis, some of them are as follows Biostrings The Biostrings package from Bioconductor provides an advanced environment for efficient sequence management and analysis in R. It...

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### R 3.2.0 is released

By Neelam Jha 915 days agoR 3.2.0 (codename “Full of Ingredients”) was released yesterday.### Pacman

By Rahul Nayak 976 days agoThe pacman package is an R package management tool that combines the functionality of base library related functions into intuitively named functions.### dcGOR

By Martin Jones 1076 days agoan R package for analysing ontologies and protein domain annotations

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