On this page I collected computing resources in general. There is a lot of R related things. Here is a general tutorial page on scientific computing:

http://software-carpentry.org/v4/index.html

# R

## Books

R for Dummies (out 13 July 2012). Assumes zero programming knowledge.

Applied Econometrics with R. Great Book.

## online resources

### Tutorials from cran.r-project.org/doc/contrib

the directory in the title contains a lot of tutorials that were contributed to CRAN by users/experts. I had a look at those two and found them good, but there's bound to be others.

IcebreakeR. A very comprehensive tutorial/introduction to R.

Farnsworth's Intro for R in Econometrics

### Tutorials from elsewhere on the web

Here's my collection of tutorials found on the web. Again, you can certainly find others.

https://www.datacamp.com/courses/introduction-to-r

UCLA Dept of Statistics R bootcamp. Great Resource of lecture slides.

Princeton 'getting started' tutorials.

Roeger Koenker's Applied Econ R Intro

R-tutor. Statistic tutorials using R. Hypothesis tests etc.

wiki book on R. lot's of examples

### Other online resources

www.r-bloggers.com. Great place to see what others are doing.

knitr homepage. knitr is the next generation of Sweave (embed R computation in latex)

R website. click on "conferences" on the left. always tons of tutorials.

stackoverflow. extremely well informed forums on all code related issues.

online manual for ggplot2. packed with examples. thank Hadley Wickham.