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  1. R For Statistics
  2. For Loop In R With Multiple Steps
  3. R For Rabbit
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RStudio makes it as easy to work with databases in R. This work focuses on three key areas:

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1. RStudio products

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  • The new RStudio Connections Pane makes it possible to easily connect to a variety of data sources, and explore the objects and data inside the connection
  • To RStudio commercial customers, we offer RStudio Professional ODBC Drivers, these are data connectors that help you connect to some of the most popular databases.

2. R packages

Build and/or document how to use packages such as: dplyr, DBI, odbc, keyring and pool

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3. Education

This website is the main channel to provide support in this area. RStudio is also working through other delivery channels, such as upcoming webinars and in-person training during our RStudio conferences.


R For Statistics

You’re reading the first edition of Advanced R; for the latest version see the second edition.

This is the companion website for “Advanced R”, a book in Chapman & Hall’s R Series. The book is designed primarily for R users who want to improve their programming skills and understanding of the language. It should also be useful for programmers coming to R from other languages, as it explains some of R’s quirks and shows how some parts that seem horrible do have a positive side.

For Loop In R With Multiple Steps

  • Foundations
  • Functional programming
  • Metaprogramming
  • Performant code

R For Rabbit

(You may also be interested in “R Packages”, a similar book teaching you how to make the most of R’s fantastic package system.)