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**Aim Of Concept:**

- To expose the variables, expressions, control stations of R
- To use R Programming for Analysis of data and visualize outcome in form of graphs, charts
- To analysis data using various statistical tools like correlation and regression

**GI3601- Geospatial Analysis With R Programming Syllabus**

**Unit I:** Introduction To R

Introduction – History and overview – elements and data structures – Sessions and Functions Variables – DataTypes – Vectors – Scalars – Conclusion – DataFrames – Lists – Matrices – Arrays Classes – Data input/output – Data storage formats – Sub setting objects – Vectorization

**Unit II:** Programming In R

R Programming – Arithmetic and Boolean Operators and values – Structures – Control Statements – Loops – Pointers – Recursion – Scoping Rules – Loop functions – Array and Matrices

**Unit III:** Data Manipulation

Math and Simulation – Functions – Math Function – Probability Calculation – Cumulative Sums and Products-Minima and Maxima Data sorting – Linear Algebra Operation on Vectors and Matrices – Set Operation.

**Unit IV:** Data Visualisation And Probability Distribution

Graphics – Creating Graphs – Customizing Graphs – lattice library- Visualization – Box plot – Histogram – Pareto charts – Pie graph – Line chart – Scatter plot – Developing graphs – Probability Distributions: Normal – Binomial – Poisson and Other Distributions.

**Unit V:** Statistical Data Analysis

Basic Statistics – Outlier – regression Analysis: Linear – Multiple – Logistic – Poisson – Survival Analysis and Nonlinear Models: Splines – Decision Tree – Random Forests – Support Vector Machine – Clustering – Correlation – Covariance – Statistical simulation – T-Tests.

**References:**

- Mark Gardener, Beginning R -The Statistical Programming Language, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., ISBN: 9781118164303, 2012.
- Chris Brunsdon, Lex Comber, An Introduction to R for Spatial Analysis and Mapping, 2nd Revised Edition, Sage Publications Ltd (UK), ISBN: 9781446272954, 2019.
- Jared P. Lander, R for Everyone Advanced Analytics and Graphics, 2nd Edition, Addison Wesley Professional PTG, ISBN: 9780134546926, 2017
- Hamid Reza Pourghasemi, Spatial Modeling in GIS and R for Earth and Environmental Sciences, Elsevier (S&T), ISBN: 9780128152263, 2019
- Michael J. Crawley, The R Book, 2nd Edition, Wiley-Blackwell, ISBN: 9780470973929, 2012.

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