- R and related links
- R Project Homepage
- The Comprehensive R Archive Network (CRAN mirror site at Carnegie Mellon University)
- R Wiki
**←** - One R Tip a Day
- R Graph Gallery
- R (programming language) (Wikipedia)
- R Programming Wikibook
- Technical Notes on the R Programming Language

- R Documentation
- ('Official') An Introduction to R (html), (PDF)
- FAQs
- Contributed Documentation Page (which has the following links)
- IcebreakeR by Andrew Robinson
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A companion information page including the data sets used in the guide can be found in this link. - R for Beginners by Emmanuel Paradis
**←** - The R Guide (version 2.5) by Jason Owen
- Using R for Data Analysis and Graphics - Introduction, Examples and Commentary by John Maindonald. Also see the homepage of this book Data Analysis & Graphics Using R: An Example-Based Approach (the same author with John Braun)
- An Introduction to R: Software for Statistical Modelling & Computig, a 3.8MB compressed (ZIP) file including a 360 pages PDF document of lecture notes in combination with the data sets and R scripts.
- A Guide for the Unwilling S User by Patrick Burns
- Simple R by John Verzani (Browsable HTML)
- Practical Regression and Anova using R by Julian Faraway (published version: Linear Models with R)
- An Introduction to R by Longhow Lam.
- Statistics Using R with Biological Examples by Kim Seefeld and Ernst Linder.

- The R Journal
- Selected R GUIs: R GUI Homepage
- R Commander
- SciViews-R
- Use the combination of Tinn-R and SciViews-R.
- RKward
- JGR - Java GUI for R
- RStudioan integrated development environment (IDE) for R
- Red-R visual analysis interface that uses R for statistics. It has a getting-started-video on its Documentation page.
- rattle, an R Data Miner
- RapidMiner R extention, another data miner, an IDE that integrates R, Weka.
- RExcel, an addin for Microsoft Excel. It allows access to the statistics package R from within Excel. There is an ½ hour long video about RExcel.

- R/S Books as PDF files available online (usually older versions or
pre-publication versions):
- Practical Regression and ANOVA using R (pub.ver.: Linear Models with R) by Julian Faraway. The book homepage has data (compressed zip file).
- Using R for Data Analysis and Graphics-Introduction, Examples and Commentaryby John Maindonald.
- Statistical Computing and Graphics Course Notes by Frank E. Harrel.
- Statistics Using R with Biological Examples by Kim Seefeld and Ernst Linder.

- R Video Tutorial #1 from Decision Science News
- r4stats.com, learn/use R for people using other data analysis softwares.
- R in the Press and Blogs
- Data Analysts Captivated by R's Power, a headline that appeared on January 6, New York Times that read "Data Analysts Are Mesmerized by the Power of Program R," has captured attention of statisticians, data analysts, engineers, biologists, financial community, geologists, ..., the list goes on and on. Following this, a blog kicked-off with somewhat heated discussions about the article: R You Ready for R? - Bits Blog. In the midst Anne Milley, the SAS spokeperson mentioned in New York Times article joined in and provided link to her own blog: SASCOM Voices - The sascom magzineblog She apologized for her remark made in the paper. Read on ...