SAS to R cheatsheet
I found a “SAS to R Cheatsheet” on GitHub.
:cyclone: Learn R, in R.
There’s already some great info in the comments. I do not have much experience with SAS, but I have been teaching myself R primarily through DataCamp. I also really like swirlstats and Code Academy.
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