I have benefitted from a number of sources in my quest to tame R. Here are just a few:

### BLOGS

- Dataninja – Helpful tutorials and techniques for using R and Latex.
- R Tutorials for Beginners
- R Bloggers
- Timely Portfolio – Great commentary on portfolio management, including useful R code analyzing stock and bond market time series.

### BOOKS

- Applied Econometrics with R by Kleiber and Zeileis
- A Guide to Modern Eonometrics by Marno Verbeek (John Wiley & Sons, Third Edition, 2008)

### COMMUNITIES

- Stack Overflow – A dedicated bunch of extremely smart and helpful programmers.
- LinkedIn Group: The [R] Project for statistical computing – An active professional group of R users who share tutorials, updates, and pertinent information on the evolution of R.

### OTHER

- R Code for SAS Lab – Dr. Anton Bekkerman’s SAS guide re-written in R language. (Dr. Bekkerman’s SAS guide is available here)
- Econometrics in R by Grant V. Farnsworth

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