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- BlueSky Statistics 5.40 GUI for R Update
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### r4stats.com

- BlueSky Statistics 5.40 GUI for R Update
- A Comparative Review of the R Commander GUI for R
- A Comparative Review of the Rattle GUI for R
- A Comparative Review of the BlueSky Statistics GUI for R
- A Comparative Review of the Deducer GUI for R
- The Popularity of Point-and-Click GUIs for R
- A Comparative Review of the RKWard GUI for R
- A Review of Qualtrics, QuestionPro, REDCap, SurveyGizmo, & SurveyMonkey
- Using Excel for Data Entry
- Gartnerâ€™s 2018 Take on Data Science Tools

### r4stats.com

- BlueSky Statistics 5.40 GUI for R Update
- A Comparative Review of the R Commander GUI for R
- A Comparative Review of the Rattle GUI for R
- A Comparative Review of the BlueSky Statistics GUI for R
- A Comparative Review of the Deducer GUI for R
- The Popularity of Point-and-Click GUIs for R
- A Comparative Review of the RKWard GUI for R
- A Review of Qualtrics, QuestionPro, REDCap, SurveyGizmo, & SurveyMonkey
- Using Excel for Data Entry
- Gartnerâ€™s 2018 Take on Data Science Tools

Unfortunately, the “R for Stata Users”-Files are offline.

Thanks for reporting it. They’re back online now.

Thanks a lot

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Is there an actual book available that speaks about migrating from SAS to R?

I just happened to know of a good one ðŸ˜‰ http://r4stats.com/books/r4sas-spss/

Are you aware of any reference information that maps SAS PROCs to R Packages?

Hi StevieD,

This page maps SAS products (not procs) to R packages:

http://r4stats.com/articles/add-ons/

My book does cover quite a few of them but I never got them into a table. The Table of Contents and the index both let you look up SAS procs and find the equivalent R function.

Cheers,

Bob

Download sources are not working. Reason cited is too many traffics on the public Dropbox link.

Hi,

I just bought the book “R for SAS and SPSS Users, Second Edition”. And then came here to downloads but found them unavailable. How should I get access to the code snippets, data files etc?

Waiting for your response

Hi Ratheen,

Sorry for the delay. There were so many downloads of my files that Dropbox cut me off. They’re on Google Drive now so I hope that works well!

Cheers,

Bob

Thanks Bob!

Unfortunately the link for R for Stata users does not lead to the book anymore (I was only able to find Corrections and Clarifications, examples and datasets).

Best,

Hi Igor,

The full editions of my books were never free downloads (except on pirate sites). The free version of R for SAS and SPSS Users is only 80 pages while the published version is 686. If you’re at a university, your library probably subscribes to the Springer electronic book collection which has both of my books. You can get them “free” legally that way as the library has already paid for the collection.

Cheers,

Bob