Date(s) - 06/07/2018 - 06/08/2018
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Temple University Center City
Statistical Horizons will host a course on using “Statistics with R”, Taught by Dr. James Curley on June 7-8 starting at 9am EST.
This two-day seminar will provide a comprehensive introduction to R. Course participants will learn R from the beginning–no previous experience is necessary. The course will be practical and hands-on consisting of working with real datasets and solving common problems that arise in research analysis.
Throughout, the focus will be on learning tools in R and RStudio that facilitate the management, analysis, and visualization of data as a continuous and reproducible workflow. The course will demonstrate how to import and export data files, how to clean up and work with data, how to make exploratory and publication quality visualizations, and how to do standard parametric and non-parametric statistical analysis.
The seminar will appeal to academic and business researchers who seek an accelerated and in-depth introduction to a powerful, widely popular, and flexible statistical software package. The course will focus on developing mastery of R through practical problem solving.