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Input and Output in R

A brief guide to dealing with input and output in R

In our previous articles, we provided a brief introduction to R and RStudio. In this article, we wanted to talk about input and output and write our first program in R! The content of this lecture will closely resemble our Input and Output article from our Python Crash Course, showing again how mastering one programming language makes learning other languages much easier!

Getting Started
To get started with learning how to deal with input and output in R, let us first take a look at the image below.




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