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The R Book

The R Book Second Edition

Michael J. Crawley Imperial College London at Silwood Park, UK http://www.bio.ic.ac.uk/research/mjcraw/therbook/index.htm

A John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., Publication

This edition first published 2013  C 2013 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd

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Chapters

Preface

xxiii

1

Getting Started

1

2

Essentials of the R Language

3

Data Input

137

4

Dataframes

159

5

Graphics

189

6

Tables

244

7

Mathematics

258

8

Classical Tests

344

9

Statistical Modelling

388

10

Regression

449

11

Analysis of Variance

498

12

Analysis of Covariance

537

13

Generalized Linear Models

557

14

Count Data

579

15

Count Data in Tables

599

16

Proportion Data

628

17

Binary Response Variables

650

18

Generalized Additive Models

666

19

Mixed-Effects Models

681

20

Non-Linear Regression

715

21

Meta-Analysis

740

22

Bayesian Statistics

752

12

vi

CHAPTERS

23

Tree Models

768

24

Time Series Analysis

785

25

Multivariate Statistics<