Welcome to Efficient R Programming

This is the online version of the O’Reilly book: Efficient R programming. Pull requests and general comments are welcome.

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Authors

Colin Gillespie is Senior lecturer (Associate professor) at Newcastle University, UK. His research interests are high performance statistical computing and Bayesian statistics. He is regularly employed as a consultant by Jumping Rivers and has been teaching R since 2005 at a variety of levels, ranging from beginning to advanced programming.

Robin Lovelace is a researcher at the Leeds Institute for Transport Studies (ITS) and the Leeds Institute for Data Analytics (LIDA). Robin has many years using R for academic research and has taught numerous R courses at all levels. He has developed a number of popular R resources, including Introduction to Visualising Spatial Data in R and Spatial Microsimulation with R (Lovelace and Dumont 2016). These skills have been applied on a number of projects with real-world applications, including the Propensity to Cycle Tool, a nationally scalable interactive online mapping application, and the stplanr package.

References

Lovelace, Robin, and Morgane Dumont. 2016. Spatial Microsimulation with R. CRC Press. https://www.crcpress.com/Spatial-Microsimulation-with-R/Lovelace-Dumont/9781498711548.