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If you haven’t heard of R before, you should know that it’s one of the most popular statistical programming languages in the world, used by millions of people.

It’s open source nature fosters a great community which helps make data analysis accessible to everyone. If you want a better understanding of how R works, and its syntax, we recommend you to take this free Introduction to R tutorial by DataCamp.

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While import.io gives you access to millions of data points, R gives you the means to perform powerful analysis on that data and to turn it into beautiful visualizations. It’s a pretty nifty combo!

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In this post, you’ll learn 3 easy ways to get your import.io data into R. This is a beginner tutorial so don’t worry if you’re not that familiar with R or import.io’s advanced features.

Let’s get started! Continue reading.

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