This book is the best I’ve seen for R, both in its clarity and coverage of topics. Practically oriented, with a profusion of examples and an engaging narrative, it is a must-have for all those studying applied social sciences.
A good, no-nonsense overview covering the most important aspects of social statistics in R (using tidyverse).
Out faculty prefers using other statistical tools than R.
At the same time, I still recommend to my students to use R when they are interested in getting to know different tools, and in this case I also recommend the manual.
For social sciences, the nature of applied statistics is essential in their appreciation of setting up independent research dissertations. Excellent approach for students with non mathematics background.