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Forgot your username? Typing commands at the console. Simple calculations. Using functions.

Introduction to variables. Numeric, character and logical data.

Storing multiple values as a vector. Chapter 4: Additional R concepts. Installing and loading packages. The workspace. Navigating the file system. More complicated data structures: A brief discussion of generic functions. Working with data Chapter 5: Descriptive statistics.

Mean, median and mode. Range, interquartile range and standard deviations. Skew and kurtosis. Standard scores.

Tools for computing these things in R. Brief comments missing data. Chapter 6: Drawing graphs. Discussion of R graphics. Stem and leaf plots. Bar graphs.

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Chapter 7: Pragmatic matters. Tabulating data. Transforming a variable.

Subsetting vectors and data frames. Sorting, transposing and merging data. Reshaping a data frame.

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Basics of text processing. Reading unusual data files. Basics of variable coercion. Even more data structures. Other miscellaneous topics, including floating point arithmetic. Chapter 8: Basic programming. Writing functions. Implicit loops. Statistical theory Prelude. The riddle of induction, and why statisticians make assumptions. Chapter 9: Introduction to probability.

Probability versus statistics. Basics of probability theory. Common distributions: Bayesian versus frequentist probability. Chapter Estimating unknown quantities from a sample. Sampling from populations. Estimating population means and standard deviations.

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Sampling distributions. The central limit theorem.

Confidence intervals. Hypothesis testing. Research hypotheses versus statistical hypotheses. Null versus alternative hypotheses. Type I and Type II errors. Sampling distributions for test statistics. Hypothesis testing as decision making. Reporting the results of a test.Simple corrections for multiple comparisons post hoc tests.

First published: Closure cannot be overcome by not analysing the major components in a sample or by not using some elements during data analysis e. Comments on the content missing from this book.

The scalar data type was never a data structure of R.