Using Excel versus using R

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Here is a video I made showing how R should not be considered “scarier” than Excel to analysts. One of the takeaway points: it is easier to email R procedures than Excel procedures.

Win-Vector’s John Mount shows a simple analysis both in Excel and in R.

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