R provides access to a variety of statistical and graphical techniques including linear and non-linear modelling, classical statistical tests, time-series analysis, classification and clustering. Functionally, the program is considered comparable to SAS. However, R has the advantage of being open source and thus freely available.
This page provides information regarding access to R software related training and support.
R can be downloaded from the publisher's website
Additional enhancements of R have been created by RStudio. A range of products are listed on their website including related support services specific to the products.
R for Windows is installed on all library computers Check the current list of software available on library computers. It may also be available in some Faculty and Graduate School labs.
It is recommended that you ask your supervisor or tutor for titles they would recommend. Also, try searching the Library Catalogue for the latest additions to our collections using a keyword search to locate new titles eg.nvivo, matlab or spss. Catalogue results are automatically sorted by date. Alternatively, click on the subject headings in one of the titles listed in this guide to be directed to related material.