After completing the series of statistical post in this blog post series, I’d be writing about language R in this post.
R is a OpenSource statistical computing and graphics. This is a software environment which gives an interactive workspace called console.
Download the setup from https://cran.r-project.org/
Choose the ‘base’ when you download
Download R Studio, which is an IDE to work with R. You may download RStudio Desktop
Open Source License which is free to use.
Open R console, by clicking the above icon.
Get familiarized with R console
Let’s get familiarize ourselves by executing some basic commands.
> 10 + (2*3)
> pi * 2^2
> 100 + 6/3
Install the R Studio, we downloaded earlier.
We can give the same commands to get it working. See you in another detailed post regarding R programming.