Learning Statistics need a tool to try out the ideas. Could that tool be Tidyverse?


I believe in learning Statistics and a programming language together as you need a computer language or at least Excel to try out the ideas. And I'm not sure if Tidyverse is suitable/enough.

There are many Statistics in R books but nothing for Statistics in Tidyverse. What's the difference and what's missing from Tidyverse for this propose.

I know Tidyverse is not everything but so far I haven't encountered a clear overview/explanation what Tidyverse can't deliver and how to connect whatever from the rest of R language to enhance the approach learning Statistics (primarily) in Tidyverse.


Book recommendations - statistics in R

Is this book covering part of what you are looking for?

It is an Introduction to Statistical and Data Sciences via R that focus on beginner and uses the tidyverse as one of the tool.


There is also this book:

It should cover at least part of what you want to learn.


The tidyverse is a set of tools for interactive data analysis. The goal isn't to be self-contained, but, rather, to make working with other packages and data in R easier. tidymodels might give you a better sense of the ways in which tidyverse tools complement other statistical packages:


Thanks Mara! Seems that's exactly what I'm looking.

It's a pain for beginners to properly ask questions. We usually don't know the suitable keywords or terms even searching for a long times.


Yeah I just got it from another post today! It looks great even still under development.


Yeah! How could I missed it. It's my first R that I'm studying with now.


Preaching to the choir! My favourite is when you're trying to describe a type of visualization. If you can't point to something, or doodle it out, it can be nigh impossible!