See Hadley's advanced R along Thomas Mailund's books. I haven't gone
through them carefully but they both
seem (from what I've looked at ) to be the best ones for that. Mentions of
others are appreciated.
On Tue, Mar 13, 2018 at 5:26 PM, Nik Tuzov <ntu...@beacon.partek.com> wrote:
> Could you please suggest the best way to become an "advanced" R programmer.
> I went through "R for dummies" by de Vries and Meys and I can see two ways
> to proceed:
> 1) Get a more advanced textbook. E.g. could you recommend Gentleman,
> "R for Bioinformatics"?
> 2) Because textbooks are limited and become obsolete fast, I can focus on
> learning state-of-the-art packages,
> but for that I need to find a list of most useful general purpose packages
> (foreach, doParallel, etc) that is
> updated in real time. Does such list exist?
> Your recommendations are very welcome.
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