An introduction to S and S-plus
- Spector, Phil.
- Belmont, Calif. : Duxbury Press, c1994.
- Physical description
- xiii, 286 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
QA76.73 .S15 S63 1994
- Unknown QA76.73 .S15 S63 1994
- 1. Introduction 2. Data in S 3. Operators and Functions 4. Subsetting and Reshaping Data 5. Functions in S 6. Programming in S 7. Printing and Formatting 8. Graphics in S 9. Statistical Models 10. Random Sampling APPENDICES / A: Technical Report Writing / B. Technical Report Writing Checklist.
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- Publisher's Summary
- This guide's rich, concrete examples and step-by step approach make learning S easy and fun. The author, an internationally known S specialist, has been teaching and researching with S for many years. He focuses on data analysis and graphic data exploration and teaches by example the new philosophy of object-oriented analysis while training the student in the syntax and use of the language. The book is intended for graduate and upper-division undergraduate courses in statistics both for statisticians and for other disciplines where S or S-PLUS is used.
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- Publication date
- Phil Spector.
- Includes index.