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Bonjour friends,
This article is going to follow my last article, which was the introduction to R, and how to install it. After this, you will know how to create a labeled graph using an R script.
Objectives of the article:
ú Create script file
ú Load a library package
ú Draw and label a graph
SCRIPTING IN R
If you’re able to run R with the command-line interface (CLI), then you can just follow the instructions as such:
  1. Open the command console. On Windows 8.1 you will just press the start and search for command’ or ‘cmd’.
  2. Once here you can simply open the application with ‘R’ enter, or ‘R --quiet’ and hit enter. The latter function will be quicker and the ‘quiet’ descriptor just means there is no boilerplate language after opening the app.
  3. Download the zip script file titled ‘r_script_example.r’ at http://daily.liaisons.press/r_script_example.r.zip
  4. Unzip the file and place it in the ~\bin folder where you installed the R application, this is the folder that has your Rterm console. You will need this to run the next step.
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brilliant 25 Jan.

what is R ?

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pshan 25 Jan.

brilliant: It's a statistical computing package.

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mcquak 25 Jan.

brilliant  R is programming language for advanced statistical and mathematical computaions. It's also used for many other thing concerning financial assets trading, e.g. in R is possible to backtest trading strategies very easy and efficiently. R has many interfaces e.g. rJava for integrating Java (IStrategy) with R.
This is just for brief overview to give you an idea what R is, but It has much much more....

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brilliant 25 Jan.

thank you very much friends

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pshan 25 Jan.

good

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Bonjour friends,
The holiday season is upon us, and I wanted to jam through this highly useful article for your research and statistical analysis on how to make R language work for you.This write-up covers the following topics:
  • Introducing R
  • R Installation
  • Installing packages
  • Creating graphs
INTRO
If you’re not already familiar with R programming, there’s no better time to learn and get started with this powerful little programming pack. In it you can run very detailed statistical analysis in a matter of no time. Knowing how to code and planning your work will help you in your analysis and research. Since R is recognized as a credible statistical package, it’s helpful for you to know how to code with this language to help shape your writings in global currencies.
First thing to know is that R works off of the S language framework developed at Bell labs; and S-PLUS, which is mathematically expressive. So, if you have any experience with coding in S or so-called latex in your research papers, you will quickly learn how to master R programming language.
During my time as an undergrad at the University, I had the privilege of working with really good statistical software for my analy…
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good work

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