I. Resources to Learn R:
- R blogger : great way to keep updated about development’s in R. New R packages, conferences, jobs etc. If you are new to R you will learn a lot just by visiting this blog everyday.
- R Studio : This page has really good webinars on R, Shiny and conferences.
- R Programing : The r programing course taught by Roger Peng on coursera website is a great introduction to R. If you do not want to pay for the course even just auditing the course will help you get started on R.
- Statistical Learning : This course is a great introduction to Machine Learning using R. The two professors have also written a book which they use in the course. The book is free to download.
- Learning XML and JSON : This link has a lot of presentations on using R packages to extract data from XML or JSON files. It also discusses other useful ways to manipulate data using R.
II. Learning R through Blog entries and Powerpoint slides:
- Shiny official Website : A great place to get started with Shiny and a lot of examples under gallery and references section of the website.
- Tricks in Shiny: Its a very well written blog on tricks one can use in their Shiny Apps.
- Writing HTML widgets : I have never written a html widget but seems like a good resource to me.
- Dealing with dates : A very useful introduction using lubridate package in R to work with dates.
- Text Mining topics:
Trump tweets (text analysis) : A good analysis and well written blog entry on using twitterR packages.
Text mining example of Treaty : A very well written introduction of text mining and visualization.
V. Some good websites for inspirations and More:
- New York Times Visualization : This is a great collection of some of the New York Times visualizations. They are bit old but great to get ideas and inspiration. (Note :Sometimes the site has links that will not work, not sure why.)
- Andy Kirk : The website is full of resources and visualizations
- Visual Complexity : A good collection of visualization.
- shiny apps : Has a good collection of Shiny Apps.
- Jer Thorp : Has source code to some visualization generated by him for New York Times. His Ted Talk is very interesting as well.
- Simply Stat : Writes really interesting blog posts. Authors also offer data science specialization courses on Coursera.