2.3 An Introduction to R
In this lesson we start using R, the statistical programming language.
We will see some basic commands for simple arithmetic, variable definition, elementary linear algebra and statistics.
I will assume that you have installed R (and I also suggest R Studio), hence we will start directly with the use of the R console.
The best way to learn a language like R is to spend some time playing with it.
And do not forget to check the manual, as I asked you during the introduction.
Starting from next lecture, we will use R in our risk computations.
Next lecture we will also learn how to load and analyze data.
An Introduction to R
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Here you can find the script.
Here you can find another link to the R manual.
And this is a very useful reference card, you may want to print.
In the video I essentially use R Studio, because I believe that its graphical interface is more user-friendly, especially for beginners. Naturally, you can use all the commands in the standard R interface as well. The “big difference” is that plots will appear in new windows. Just try and see the difference.
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