Introduction to R
R is a programming language and originated in the field of statistics. It is widely accepted as the core language of data science. As the core of the R language is functional, R has powerful features such as applying algorithms to data in parallel and passing around functionalities. In addition, it adopted an approach in which a generic language is valid for all objects. For example, calling
does something different depending on what A actually is. Therefore, packages in R often create canonical and well-suited visualizations and users get those just by plotting the respective objects.
- [notebook] Spatial image analysis in R
-  R and C++
- [notebook] Mapreduce in R - Prime Numbers
- [slides] ML Introduction