Intermediate Data Structures in R

Intermediate
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Lesson Description 

This module looks at more complex data structures, building on what was covered in the beginner data structures module.   

Learning Objectives 

The objectives of this module are to provide you with an understanding of: 

  • Different data types  
  • Integers  
  • How to coerce elements, and force coercion  
  • How to construct a matrix  
  • How to construct an array 
  • How to construct a list 

Intended Audience 

Aimed at all who wish to learn the R programming language. 

Pre-requisites 

No prior knowledge of R is assumed. Delegates should already be familiar with basic programming concepts such as variables, scope, and functions. Experience of another scripting language such as Python or Perl would be an advantage. Understanding mathematical concepts will be beneficial.

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