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March 07, 2018


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Hi David,

What other tutorials that are good for excel users to start learning R? I want to share them with my colleagues and teach them how to use R.



Great article! I love the emphasis on the use of Excel with R. I love R but Excel comes in very handy under time constrained projects. In some cases, Excel is quicker and more efficient to complete a job versus looking a way to complete via R.

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