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Tag Archives: R
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 … Continue reading
There is a reason why scientists tend to hold fast to the timeless mantra: “Standing on the Shoulders of Giants”. If we’re not reinventing the wheel usually (hopefully!) it means we’ve found ourselves on the precipice of the unknown. There … Continue reading
CGSA’s “Introduction to R” is always a popular workshop, but if you just can’t wait to dive into this programming language, check out these offerings from Coursera: R introductory course: https://www.coursera.org/course/compdata Applied statistical analysis: https://www.coursera.org/course/dataanalysis *Hat tip to Alan Chen … Continue reading