I want to again give a special thanks to Niels Ohlsen for helping me vet books and adding them to the collection. Niels is the co-organiser of the Dataviz meetup in Bremen, Germany. If you’re in the area, why not look them up on LinkedIn and Meetup?
Introduction to urban accessibility
by Rafael H. M. Pereira, Daniel Herszenhut
The aim of this book is to equip its readers with the fundamental concepts, the data analysis skills and the processing tools needed to perform urban accessibility analyses and transportation projects impact assessments. The book was written with the problems faced by public managers, policy makers, students and researchers working on urban and transportation planning in mind. Hence, the book is essentially practical. All the material in the book is presented with reproducible examples using open data sets and the R programming language.
Introduction to Data Science
by Hansjörg Neth
This book provides a gentle introduction to data science for students of any discipline with little or no background in data analysis or computer programming. Based on notions of representation and modeling, we examine some key data types and data structures, and then learn to clean, transform, summarize and visualize data to communicate our results.
R for Data Analytics
by Abhay Singh
This is compilation of notes for R for Data Analytics. These notes are used as learning material in R for Research, R for Financial Analytics and R for Data Analytics workshops.
A Little Book of R for Bioinformatics 2.0
by Avril Coghlan, Nathan L. Brouwer
This book is based on the original A Little Book of R for Bioinformatics by Dr. Avril Coghlan (Hereafter “ALBRB 1.0”). Dr. Coghlan’s book was one of the first and most thorough introductions to using R for bioinformatics and computational biology.
R for data analysis
by Trevor French
The content will start at the very beginning by showing you how to set up your R environment and the basics of programming in R. By the end of the book, you will be able to perform intermediate analytics techniques such as linear regresion and automatic report generation.
A Crash Course in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) using R
by Michael Branion-Calles
Introduction into concepts for GIS and spatial data in R. Later chapters are not finished.
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