Some Useful R Techniques

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7+ ways to plot dendrograms in R

Gaston Sanchez make this useful tutorial to plot dendrogram
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Annotables: R data package for annotating/converting Gene IDs

ID converter
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15 Page Tutorial for R

For beginners in R, here is a 15 page example based tutorial that covers the basics of R

My Favorite R websites

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Revolution R Open (RRO)

RRO is the enhanced distribution of R from Revolution Analytics. Once installed, it replaces the base-R and can be used in both R console and RStudio
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Quick-R

Quick-R is my favorite site to find help for R code and graphic. It also has many useful links if you want to find more R information. Check it out.
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RDucumentation

This is a web service that allow users to search the verse documentation about R usages
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BioConductor

Bioconductor is a R library repository for genomic and proteomic data analysis. This is a one stop shop if you need to find a method to analyze your high-throughput biological dataset. Check it out.
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Inside-R

This is a web service that allow users to search the verse documentation about R usages
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R

R is a free statistical and graphical software environment for data analysis. It is one of the most use analysis software today.
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RStudio

One of the best IDE (Integrated Development Environemnt) for R, hence the name R Studio. It continues to developed into a muture software and is absolutely free for academic users
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UC Riverside R

Dr. Thomas Girke from UC Riverside has an amazing R and computational education resources