*This page includes links to Learn R tools that I have developed and also R resources that I have used and found helpful. Please give me feedback on any problems with these links and suggestions for links to additional resources.*

**My Learn R Toolkit**

I have developed a series of video tutorials to help new R users learn R.The videos are geared toward Excel users who want to add R to their data analysis toolkit.

Visit this page to get more information on my LearnR Toolkit and to download the free videos.

**R Software**

- CRAN – Comprehensive R Archival Network: The place to start for downloading R, complete documentation, list of manuals, everything R
- TINN-R -The R code editor that I use.

**R Tutorials – Manuals**

- LearnR Toolkit
- CRAN Kickstarting R
- Introduction to Data Technologies (Chaps 9 & 10) – Paul Murrell
- Illinois State University: Dong-Yun Kim
- Kansas University: Paul Johnson – RTips
- R Graphs Gallery
- Statistical Graphics for Visualizing Data
- R Clinic
- Notes on R
- Notes on the use of R for psychology – R Baron, U of Pa (pdf file)
- A Simple Guide to an Elegant Package – W Revelle

**Sites**

- Statistics 120 – Information Visualization – Ross Ihaka – U of Auckland

**Videos**

**Books**

- Introductory Statistics with R – Peter Dalgaard
- R Graphics by Paul Murrell
- Chapter 4 of R Graphics (Lattice) Free!!
- Lattice Multivariate Data Visualization with R – Deepayan Sarkar

**Courses**

- Statistics.Com – They have several R courses.

**Using R Within Excel**

**Advanced Graphics Tools**

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Nice work, Will send you more resources, if I find on graphs and charts.

Mumtaz

I use TINN-R for my script writing. It’s simple, works well and is fully compatible with R.

New to R, but have heard of Statistical Lab that provides a GUI wrapper but uses an older version of R engine. Would you recommend the GUI?

Nice job Kelly. As I get into R, I will be a regular on here.

Thanks for posting these resources!