Further Topics in R

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Start - End
30 Nov - 1 Dec
Study Options
£ 100 - 200
Contact Name
Centre for Applied Statistics Courses
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30 November 2020–01 December 2020, 9:30 am–1:00 pm

This course introduces a number of topics for R for those already familiar with the basics of the programming language, including some of the more advanced R code structures such as conditional commands and loops.

NOTE: Due to the coronavirus outbreak, all courses will now be delivered online through a live video feed. You can expect the same level of group and individual support as you would have received in our face-to-face courses.

The course is aimed at those who can already use the software to carry out a simple statistical analysis of their data. The course is designed to follow on from the Introduction to R course also run frequently by our team. However, it is also recommended for those who have learned the basics of R elsewhere. We assume attendees have both a basic knowledge of R programming and statistics (e.g. mean, median, confidence intervals).

The following topics are covered on the day:

  • An introduction to the Rstudio software
  • Organising and merging multiple datasets
  • Conditional (TRUE or FALSE) statements
  • Conditional commands (if, if else, etc.)
  • Loops
  • Creating your own function

Everyone wishing to attend should ensure R and Rstudio are installed on their computer (installation guidelines will be made available two weeks before the course).

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