September 20, 2010

- Jonathan Baron’s R reference card (1 page)
- Tom Short’s R reference card (4 pages)

- RSiteSearch (the original R site search. Indexes mailing lists, function help, etc.. Can be accessed from within R (RSiteSearch(“topic”)) or on the web.
- rseek.org (An alternative search engine. It finds lots of introductory materials/tutorials, etc., and has nice tabs on the right side dividing the results by categories (“Introductions”, “Task Views”, “Support Lists”, etc.)
- sos::findFn interface to R Site Search (install.packages("sos"); library(sos); findFn("topic"))
- R mailing list
- R wiki (not as well populated as it might be, but useful for some things)
- R tips (somewhat old but still useful)
- R-bloggers (entertainment and case studies rather than “how to” advice)
- StackOverflow (more focused on programming than statistics)
- R Task Views (quick reviews of subject-specific functionality)

- long list of contributed documentation on the R site
- R links from UCLA stat computing
- Quick-R (transitional material for SAS/SPSS/Stata/Systat; also available as a book)
- USGS learnR (beginner-friendly, includes on-line lectures as Windows media files)
- the R inferno (best appreciated after you have worked with R for a while)

- long list of R books on the R site
- Adler “R in a nutshell” 2009 (desktop reference)
- Crawley “The R book”, 2007 (statistics, ecology)
- Maillardet et al, “Introduction to Scientific Programming and Simulation Using R” 2009 (programming, numerical computation, simulation)
- Bolker “Ecological Models and Data”, 2008 (statistical modeling)
- Dalgaard “Introduction to Statistics with R” (as the title says)
- Soetaert et al “A Practical Guide to Ecological Modeling” 2008 (ecological modeling, focusing on simulation)
- Spector “Data Manipulation in R” (as the title says)
- Advanced graphics:
- Murrell (grid graphics)
- Sarkar (lattice)
- Wickham (ggplot)