Editing Statistics and Statistical Programming (Winter 2021)/Problem set 3

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:'''PC1.''' Download and install R — You can do that from [https://cran.rstudio.com/ this webpage] where you will have to choose based on your operating system.
 
:'''PC1.''' Download and install R — You can do that from [https://cran.rstudio.com/ this webpage] where you will have to choose based on your operating system.
 
:'''PC2.''' Download and install RStudio — Download from the [https://www.rstudio.com/products/rstudio/download/ the RStudio download page] choosing an option appropriate for your operating systems (e.g., Windows, Mac OSX, or GNU/Linux).
 
:'''PC2.''' Download and install RStudio — Download from the [https://www.rstudio.com/products/rstudio/download/ the RStudio download page] choosing an option appropriate for your operating systems (e.g., Windows, Mac OSX, or GNU/Linux).
:'''PC3.''' (a) Create and save a new RStudio "Project" ('.Rproj'). Then, within your new project, (b) create and save a new RMarkdown file ('.Rmd'). Finally, (c) write a combination of text notes and R code in your RMarkdown file and "knit" the output into HTML and PDF. I recommend reproducing and extending some of the examples from the first ''COM520 R Tutorial #2'' such as the following:
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:'''PC3.''' (a) Create and save a new RStudio "Project" ('.Rproj'). Then, within your new project, (b) create and save a new RMarkdown file ('.Rmd'). Finally, (c) write a combination of text notes and R code in your RMarkdown file and "knit" the output into HTML and PDF. I recommend reproducing and extending some of the examples from the [https://communitydata.science/~ads/teaching/2020/stats/r_tutorials/w01-R_tutorial.html R tutorial] such as the following:
 
* Complete an arithmetic problem
 
* Complete an arithmetic problem
 
* Assign multiple values to a variable.
 
* Assign multiple values to a variable.

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