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R for Data Science: Exercise Solutions
February 27, 2019
These solutions have benefited from many contributors. A special thanks to:
- Garrett Grolemund and Hadley Wickham for writing the truly fantastic R for Data Science, without whom these solutions would not exist—literally.
- @dongzhuoer for a careful reading of the book and noticing numerous issues and proposing fixes.
Thank you to all of those who contributed issues or pull-requests on GitHub (in alphabetical order): @adamblake, @benherbertson, @carajoos, @dcgreaves, @decoursin, @dongzhuoer, @eric-k-zhu, @FluvialEDavis, @GoldbergData, @gvwilson, @henrikmidtiby, @JamesCuster, @jmclawson, @klmage, @kxchia1, @mjones01, @mvhone, @nickcorona, @nzxwang, @RandallEW, @rbjanis, and@tinhb92 Thank you to all of you who contributed annotations on hypothes.is (in alphabetical order): @cfgauss.
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Wickham, Hadley, and Garrett Grolemund. 2017. R for Data Science: Import, Tidy, Transform, Visualize, and Model Data. 1st ed. O’Reilly Media.