Tag: book review
A review of Zuur et al.’s “A Beginner’s Guide to R”. This book quickly and efficiently introduces you to the peculiarities of the R programming language so that you can soon move on to what you actually want to use R for.
A brief review of R in a Nutshell by Joseph Adler. This book continues to serve as a useful reference that sits on my desk next to my computer, waiting to tell me the name of that command I’ve just forgotten.
The book Practical Computing for Biologists aims to teach you all of those little tidbits about using computers that they never find the time to expose you to in graduate school.