Introduction to R for Statistics
R provides a powerful environment for the statistical and graphical analysis of data
This workshop is aimed at HDR students with a need for statistical analysis using R but who have limited experience with this software.
The workshop will cover:
- Input of data into R
- Manipulating data frames
- Plotting data
- Linear models
- Modified linear models
- Logistic regression
- Mixed effects models
Students should have a general familiarity with computers and knowledge of introductory-to-intermediate level statistical analysis. Programming experience and advanced statistical theory are not needed.
*Please note, this workshop is a repeat of the practical component of “Intermediate Statistics with R” held in April 2017.
|Target Audience||HDR Students with a need for statistical analysis using R but who have limited expertise of this software|
|CaRST Credit||6 hours|
|Domain||A: Knowledge and Intellectual Abilities|
|Mode of Delivery||Face to Face|
|Pre-requisites||The purpose of this workshop is to provide an introduction to R. It is assumed that you have a general familiarity with computers and knowledge of introductory-to-intermediate level statistical analysis. For example, you have already completed Statistical Methods for Research (Epigeum). Programming experience and advanced statistical theory are not needed.|
|Provider||Adelaide Graduate Centre|
|Evidence of Completion||The organiser will provide students with a certificate upon completion of the activity|
or 8313 5882
|Dates||25 September 2017
9am - 4pm
|Booking||Through the University Course Bookings system.|