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Okoye K R Programming Statistical Data Analysis in Research 2024


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Okoye K R Programming Statistical Data Analysis in Research 2024 | 17.74 MB
314 Pages

Title: R Programming
Author: Kingsley Okoye · Samira Hosseini​

This book is written for statisticians, data analysts, programmers, researchers, professionals, and general consumers on how to perform different types of statistical data analysis for research purposes using R object-oriented programming language and RStudio integrated development environment (IDE). R is an open-source software with a development environment (RStudio) for computing statistics and graphical displays through data manipulation, modeling, and calculation. R packages and supported libraries provide a wide range of functions for programming and analyzing of data. Unlike many of the existing statistical software, R has the added benefit of allowing the users to write more efficient codes by using command-line scripting and vectors. It has several built-in functions and libraries that are extensible and allows the users to define their own (customized) functions on how they expect the program to behave while handling the data, which can also be stored in the simple object system. Therefore, this book serves as both textbook and manual for R statistics particularly in academic research, data analytics, and computer programming targeted to help inform and guide the work of the users. It provides information about different types of statistical data analysis and methods, and the best scenarios for use of each case in R. It gives a hands-on step-by-step practical guide on how to identify and conduct the different parametric and nonparametric procedures. This includes a description of the different conditions or assumptions that are necessary for performing the various statistical methods or tests, and how to understand the results of the methods. The book also covers the different data formats and sources, and how to test for the reliability and validity of the available datasets. Different research experiments, case scenarios, and examples are explained in this book. The book provides a comprehensive description and step-by-step practical hands-on guide to carrying out the different types of statistical analysis in R particularly for research purposes with examples. Ranging from how to import and store datasets in R as objects, how to code and call the methods or functions for manipulating the datasets or objects, factorization, and vectorization, to better reasoning, interpretation, and storage of the results for future use, and graphical visualizations and representations thus congruence of Statistics and Computer programming in Research.