09 Jul '12, 3am

A Must Buy Book: Exploring Everyday Things with R and Ruby

A book review of Exploring Everyday Things with R and Ruby . Review by: RubyLearning’s mentor Victor Goff. Book author: Sau Sheong Chang. Publisher: O’Reilly Media. I got the opportunity to review Exploring Everyday Things with R and Ruby by Sau Sheong Chang and published by O’Reilly Media1 This book, as expected, talks about R and Ruby. The first chapters cover Ruby at an introductory level. In the first chapter, after showing how you can install Ruby and an introduction to the basics of Ruby, he also provides “a quick introduction to Shoes, a simple but powerful UI toolkit for Ruby”2 , with installation suggestions and sample code. His introduction to Ruby covers the basics and is just a bit more than enough to understand the code in the rest of his book. I think he did a really good job of that. The second part of the first chapter, covering Shoes, explains Shoes in a n...

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