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Getting To Know Your Topic
These background & reference sources will give you contextual information and answer straight-forward questions.
R Programming Language for Statistics
R is a programming language and environment used for statistical analysis and data visualization. Simmons University Professor Robert Goldman has developed a guide for using R for Mathematics 118: Introductory Statistics, which may also be useful for other courses that use R. If you have any questions about the guide, please contact Dr. Goldman at email@example.com.
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