[R] R book for economists

Alain Zuur highstat at highstat.com
Sat Aug 1 23:19:24 CEST 2009

Thiemo Fetzer wrote:
> Dear Group,
> I am an economics student starting with PhD work in London. As preparation
> I
> would like to get to know R a little bit better. For Stata there are tons
> of
> books, however, can you recommend a book for R?
> I have some substantiated econometrics knowledge, so it should be more a
> how-to book.
> Best regards
> Thiemo
> ---
> Thiemo Fetzer, Economist
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Besides the other already mentioned econometrical references.....if you are
willing to read a book with life science data, then try:

A Beginner's Guide to R (2009).
Zuur, AF, Ieno, EN, Meesters, EHWG. Springer


Dr. Alain F. Zuur
First author of:

1. Analysing Ecological Data (2007).
Zuur, AF, Ieno, EN and Smith, GM. Springer. 680 p.

2. Mixed effects models and extensions in ecology with R. (2009).
Zuur, AF, Ieno, EN, Walker, N, Saveliev, AA, and Smith, GM. Springer.

3. A Beginner's Guide to R (2009).
Zuur, AF, Ieno, EN, Meesters, EHWG. Springer

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