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R was molded into a solid reality in August 1993 by Robert Gentleman and Ross Ihaka. Apart from being open sourced and able to run anywhere (from Windows to Linux), it also has an active community filled with enthusiastic supporters and developers.
The ‘R Programming for Beginners’ aims to help people understand the basics of the programming language. Learn what exactly is R along with its history. Also, know how to install CRAN packages, which is important in learning R. Step into the pragmatic world of R by learning to make your first ‘Hello World’ project. Learn about the four basic structures of data types and about the control structures. The summaries at the end of every chapter written in a few key points will help you to quickly gaze upon them before starting another chapter. Overall, if you have little prior experience with R, this book will prove to be of tremendous help.