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R for college mathematics and statistics
Thomas J Pfaff
Digital (delivered electronically)
Chapman & Hall/CRC
UK Publication Date

This book encourages the use of R in the college mathematics classroom. Intructors no longer have to be limtited to ``nice'' functions in calculus classes. They can require reports and homework with graphs. They can do simulations and experiments. R can be useful for student projects, for creating graphics for teaching, as well as for scholarly work. This book presents ways R can enhance teaching mathematics.

R has the potential to help students learn mathematics due to the need for precision, understanding of symbols and functions, and the logical nature of code. Moreover, we can provide students the opportunity for experimenting with concepts in any mathematics course.

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Tom Pfaff is a professor of Mathematics at Ithaca College and served as the all college Honors Program director for three years. He was the PI on three-year NSF grant Multidisciplinary Sustainability Modules: Integrating STEM Courses.
The scope of his publications range from traditional mathematics to applied mathematics, including the SABR newsletter, and sustainability to essays about higher education. His blog provides resources to incorporate sustainability ideas into mathematics courses and he is currently interested in using R for student projects in all courses. When he is not at work, he is spending time with family, gradening, and being physically active. He has competed as a rower, runner, short track speed skater, and an inline skater and I is now on a quest to hike the 46 peaks of the Adirondacks (19 completed as of 7/7/18).

Keyword Index
Mathematical statistics - Data processing.|R (Computer program language)
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1 online resource (326 )

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