Rolling Dice with R
Exploring Simulations in Games of Chance with R
In this manuscript I describe a couple of examples for implementing simulations of games of chance in R.
I am assuming that you have some experience working with R. I’m also assuming that you have both R or RStudio installed in your computer. If this is not the case, you can take a look at Breaking the Ice with R
You can cite this work as:
Sanchez, G. (2022) Exploring Simulations in Games of Chance with R. https://www.gastonsanchez.com/R-rolling-dice
My Series of R Tutorials
This document is part of a series of texts that I’ve written about Programming and Data Analysis in R:
- Breaking the Ice with R: Getting Started with R and RStudio
- Tidy Hurricanes: Analyzing Tropical Storms with Tidyverse Tools
- R Coding Basics: An Introduction to the Basics of Coding in R
- Rolling Dice: Exploring Simulations in Games of Chance with R
- Web Technologies in R: A Short Introduction to Web Data Technologies in R
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