TDAI hosts (virtual) R programming workshops

TDAI is pleased to announce a multi-part workshop for learning about R.  R is a free and open source programming language used by many for statistical computing.  This series of workshops covers how to get started in R, use R in statistical analysis, and create visualizations in R.

With face-to-face instruction restricted across campus, we are planning on delivering these workshops online.

Getting Started in R – 2 sessions

3/26/2020, 1-3pm AND
4/2/2020, 1-3pm

Learn how to get started in R and Rstudio using a free Rstudio.cloud account.  This workshop covers basic R functionality:  objects, functions, vectors, and various data operations. Registering for this workshop signs you up for both sessions, as the sessions build upon each other.

Sign up:  https://osu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0qd9umv8nJYRYQB

Statistical Analysis in R – 1 session

4/9/2020, 1-3 pm

This workshop builds upon the Getting Started in R workshop and gives participants a foundation for performing statistical analysis using R.  Participants should already have completed the Getting Started in R workshop or have a working knowledge of using functions, vectors and data frames in R.

Sign up:  https://osu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8IVahzWuPotal1j

Data Visualization in R – 1 session

4/16/2020, 1-3 pm

This workshop builds upon the Getting Started in R workshop and gives participants a foundational understanding of what makes good visualizations and how to create them in R. Participants should already have completed the Getting Started in R workshop or have a working knowledge of using functions, vectors and data frames in R.

This workshop is held in partnership with the OSU Libraries Research Commons.

Sign up:  https://osu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bOyhUK0UB63hyOp

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