## Other Resources |

## Interesting Links

`R`

- My Book on R Programming
- The
`R`

project for statistical computing `RStudio`

: integrated development environment (IDE) for`R`

- R-bloggers
`Roxygen2`

: Literate programming in`R`

(for generating documentation)`knitr`

: Elegant, flexible and fast dynamic report generation with`R`

`tikzDevice`

: A device for`R`

graphics output in`PGF`

/`TikZ`

Format

`Julia`

`Julia`

– a fresh approach for technical computing- The
`Julia`

manual `IJulia`

– interactive backend providing a powerful graphical notebook- For
`R`

programmers: A collection of broadly-conveived statistical and data analysis packages is provided by the Julia Statistics interest group on GitHub. In particular you may be interested in examining:- StatsBase.jl – descriptive statistics for exploratory data analysis
- DataFrames.jl – missing values (NAs) and data frames (see online docs
- Distributions.jl – a large collection of probabilistic distributions and related functions (see online docs

`LaTeX`

- The comprehensive
`LaTeX`

symbol list `PGF`

and`TikZ`

: Graphic systems for TeX`PGF`

and`TikZ`

: Examples gallery`ktikZ`

: an editor for the TikZ language developed by Glad Deschrijver et al.- Detexify2: LaTeX symbol classifier
- ShareLaTeX – Online LaTeX Editor in the "cloud"

### Probability & Statistics

- Diagram of distribution relationships by John Cook
- L.M. Leemis, J.T. McQueston, Univariate distribution relationships,
*The American Statistician*62(1), 2008, pp. 45-53.

### Misc

- radioJAZZ.fm
`Graphviz`

: Graph visualization software- Theoretical computer science cheat sheet
- Colorbrewer: Color advice for maps
- Regular expressions – tutorials