Chapter 1, Introduction to R, deals with installation of R, RStudio, and other useful packages, and talks about variable types and data structures. The chapter then introduces the different kinds of loops that can be used in R, explains how to import and export data, and also talks about getting help with R programming.
Chapter 2, Data Visualization and Graphics, covers the basic plots built into R and how to create them, and then introduces ggplot, a popular graphics package in R. Finally, the chapter briefly talks about two tools, Shiny and Plotly, that can be used to design interactive plots.
Chapter 3, Data Management, discusses how to create and manipulate factor variables, examine data using tables, apply the family of functions to generate summaries, and split, combine, merge, or join datasets in R.
The Appendix contains the solutions to all the activities within the chapters.