This webpage is **http://www.stat.harvard.edu/Research/R.html**.
Please do the following before I start talking:

- Log into your PC using your FAS account username & password
- Open Firefox and visit the indicated webpage
- Click here for a zip file
containing R & text files; place uncompressed
copies on your
**Desktop** - If you haven't already done so, visit
- The R Project for Statistical Computing
- The R Primer
- UCLA Resources on R
- Using R for Data Analysis and Graphics
- Introductory Statistics with R
*(will need your Harvard ID & PIN to access)* - Statistics Computational Matters

This seminar is one-third of an FAS Research Computing course that I used to teach a few times per year (which covers Matlab & Mathematica as well). If there is interest, I will offer the other two-thirds later this semester. Also, let's talk today about your LaTeX experience and what technical typesetting/scientific word-processing packages you like.

Feel free to drop by my
STAT 135 course iSite
too (which covers SAS & R). Today's seminar is **here**,
although I will barely mention the batch jobs on the Odyssey cluster machine, preferring to
keep things interactive on the Science Center lab PCs.