R is a language and environment for statistical computing and graphics. R provides a wide variety of statistical (linear and nonlinear modelling, classical statistical tests, time-series analysis, classification, clustering, …) and graphical techniques, and is highly extensible. You can refer to the following tutorials on a range of topics in R.
R built-in Mathematical Functions
- Get the Absolute Value in R using abs()
- Get the Square Root in R using sqrt()
- How to use the ceiling() function in R?
- How to use the floor() function in R?
- Common Trigonometric Functions in R
- Get the Log of a Value in R – With Examples
- Create a Vector in R – With Examples
- R – Get Element by Index in a Vector
- How to Print a Vector in R?
- R – Get the Length of a Vector
- R – Get Index of an Element in a Vector
- Check if an Element is present in an R Vector
- R – Sum of values in a Vector
- Average of Values in an R Vector
- Append Element to a Vector in R
- Get the Maximum value in an R Vector
- Get the Minimum Value in an R Vector
- Calculate Median of a Vector in R
- R – Remove NA Values from a Vector
- Calculate Variance of a Vector in R
- R – Get Standard Deviation of a Vector
- R – Remove Element From a Vector
- Create a Vector of Zeros in R
- Create a Vector of Ones in R
- Subtract Two Vectors in R
- Combine Two Vectors Into a Single Vector in R
- How to add two vectors in R?
- R – Multiply Two Vectors Elementwise
- How to Create a List in R?
- Combine Two or More Lists Into One in R
- Convert a List to Vector in R (With Examples)
- Get Length of a List in R (With Examples)
- Append Element to a List in R
- Sum of List Elements in R (Easy Examples)
- Get the Minimum Value in an R List
The above were tutorials to accomplish some of the most common tasks in R. For more on the R programming language, please refer to the official R website.