So you don’t know R because you were always working on office projects and did not have time to learn. The R list looked down on you and told you to read the documentation first. And then you needed to create some fast R graphics and some R code.
Help is here-
Download R from http://www.r-project.org,install it
open it-go to packages> set CRAN Mirror > to your country from drop down
type following in the R GUI near the ‘ >’ prompt-
so it should loook like
Wait 15 minutes while downloads happen
Then packages>load package>rattle
Type rattle() at the command prompt
Now – in the new window called Rattle
load data from a .csv file using the browse options
Go straight to Explore-and click on distibutions.
Note you can also download rattle from www.rattle.togaware.com , these guys are the best.
Here are the graphs
But what about the code (note some variable names disguised).The code may be intimidating to a novice R user but it is auto generated , its like jumping straight to SAS Enterprise without learning SAS Editor-
Go to the last tab -log and
see the auto generated code.
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