First things, first
Rstudio runs R while providing the user with a much more friendly environment to work with. Besides, most people who use R, use Rstudio.
Second things… second?
Be aware that there are a lot of resources available online. Given that this software is open-source, R has a thriving community of keeners. In addition, I was told that Andy Field’s book, Discovering Statistics using R is very good! Here are a few other helpful examples:
- An Introduction to R: Software for Statistical Modelling and Computing
- Using R for Data Analysis and Graphics
- R for SAS and SPSS Users
- The R Guide
- An Introduction to R
More to come…!
Examining the interface of R and R studio and other basics to get you started!