This text is most timely given the popular use of R in many introductory stats courses throughout our universities. The reader will find the presentation of visuals, tips, and syntax in using R to be most impressive relative to what other books provide! This is a "must have" text for faculty and students embarking on a stats course that utilizes the R program.
Finally, a statistics book that makes statistics clear to those who hate statistics.
"A Guide to R for Social and Behavioral Sciences" provides just the right balance between coverage of statistical concepts ad R guidelines. It eliminates the need to adopt a separate textbook for statistics and an R workbook.
This text is a welcome addition to the existing works that seek to explain how to use R and R Studio. The authors do a marvelous job in breaking the program down to its most basic elements for beginners and advanced users as they undertake numerous statistical procedures. Some of the finest qualities of the work are the visuals and screenshots that give readers the confidence they need to run statistics using R in the most proficient means possible!
This is a great resource for both undergraduate and graduate students for training in fields increasingly utilizing R in data analyses!
This is an excellent comprehensive book that fills in many of the gaps that researchers struggle to find in many sources. This is a great reference for Social and Behavioral scientists who want to get quickly to applying concepts using R, getting results, and understanding them.