# Articles

- Article on R in the New York Times, dated 2009-01-07 (now behind a pay wall)
- "Are you ready for R?" New York Times blog article here
- Special report in the Economist magazine on managing information, that mentions R: "Data, data everywhere" (see also this blog article about the report.)
- Conference proceedings "Statistical Challenges in Modern Astronomy" - the paper that first introduced me to R

# Blogs

- Revolution analytics blog (see the blog post of 2009-03-02 on the previous version of these R pages here)
- Comprehensive list of R blogs
- Flowing Data - a nice blog on data visualization, often featuring graphics produced in R

# Information and help on R

- R wiki here
- R inferno - Patrick Burn's excellent guide to navigating the quirks and pitfalls of R
- Google's style guide for writing R code here
- A dedicated R search engine
- See the excellent tutorials on using R in Astronomy provided by Penn State's Center for Astrostatistics at this link here.
- A useful site comparing R to other statistical software
- A Twitter list of miscellaneous R resources
- ggplot2 wiki here

# R packages

- Contributed R packages here
- CRAN overviews of various tasks here
- An astronomy-related R page from the author of the FITSio package for R
- Crantastic - a community site for R packages
- ISI (International Statistical Institute) Astrostatistics network here