# Chapter 9 Further reading and learning

More help can be called from within **R** by giving the command
`help(ABC)`

or `?ABC`

with a
command or operator as argument.
(This can be typed in the `Console`

tab in the lower left pane of RStudio.)

A wealth of useful documentation is available through the `Help`

tab
in the lower right pane of **RStudio**. Browse in the FAQ files, the help files, the
manuals and the vignettes that come with R and Rstudio.

There is also a lot more help available **online**, in particular
from the R project website https://www.r-project.org
and the RStudio website https://www.Rstudio.com.

A few other useful web resources are:

For those working or studying at Utrecht University,
there are one-day **workshops** on working with R: see
https://www.uu.nl/en/research/research-data-management/training-workshops/introduction-to-r-data.

For further study, the following three **books** on using R and on its
applications in linguistics are highly recommended:
(Baayen 2008; Johnson 2008; Adler 2010).

Happy analyses!

### References

Adler, J. 2010. *R in a Nutshell*. O’Reilly.

Baayen, R. H. 2008. *Analyzing Linguistic Data: A Practical Introduction to Statistics Using R*. Cambridge University Press.

Johnson, Keith. 2008. *Quantitative Methods in Linguistics*. Blackwell.