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What Is R?

  • Jérôme Sueur
Part of the Use R! book series (USE R)

Abstract

The use of the softwave R is introduced such that R codes shown in the following chapters can be understood and repeated. This introduction is a friendly guide to quickly speak R language covering topics from R local installation on a personal computer to script writing for batch processing. More specifically, objects, operators, functions, indexes, conditions, graphics, and packages dedicated to sound are treated.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jérôme Sueur
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  1. 1.Muséum National d’Histoire naturelleParisFrance

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