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README.md

Learning R

R is a very powerful and flexible statistics package and programming language.

This repository contains a number of 'howto' files aimed to providing an introduction to R and some os its possibilities.

Some other great sites for learning R are:

To install R and RStudio, please see lab 0 of the OpenIntro statistics book.

General Howto's

(see also this short overview of useful R functions)

Dealing with textual data

For textual data, we have also developed two R packages to communicate with the AmCAT text analysis framework and to deal with corpus analysis and topic models. We also wrote two relevant howto's:

Below are also some handouts that do not depend on AmCAT, based on a Dutch data set:

Network Analysis

(The last part of the 'semantic network analysis' demo above also has a simplistic network analysis at the end)