In class, I will teach you all the R you need for ST411/511. However, this will barely scratch the surface of the R language. If you are interested in learning more R I’ve included a few resources here.
I will try to add things as I find them.
The R Cookbook has lots of code examples
The Quick-R website has lots of information
RStudio has put together a few links http://www.rstudio.org/docs/help_with_r. The first three are good places to start.
Some books that might help:
A Beginner’s Guide to R, Alain F. Zuur, Elena N. Ieno and Erik Meesters (available online through OSU).
Check out the whole useR! series, there might be a book targeted to your field.
The Art of R Programming: A Tour of Statistical Software Design, more of a programming approach (as opposed to data analysis)