Statistics in R

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Courtesy of the R Foundation

This Friday, Kezia Manlove, stats guru and sheep-stalker extraordinaire, will be leading a new workshop on how to do statistics in R. Details:

  • Statistics in R
  • Friday, December 6, 2:30-4:30pm
  • MSC W203
  • RSVP here to receive course materials; class size is limited

We’ll cover a broad range of statistical methods available in R, starting off with some basic statistical techniques and moving on to generalized linear mixed models, survival analysis, multivariate methods, and some spatial data analysis tools. NOTE: If you’re new to R or need a refresher, come early (2pm) for a quick review.

About R: R is a powerful, open-source statistical programming language that offers more flexibility than many standard statistics packages (http://www.r-project.org/). If you’ve done some work in R (or have attended the CGSA’s R Basics seminar) but would like to learn a little more about R’s analytical capabilities, this is the seminar for you.

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