Statistical Software R Mini-Course (FREE)
Are you looking for an opportunity to learn R and RStudio?
Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Research Design (BERD) is partnering with TRANFORM and the Department of Biostatistics to host a three-part-mini-course on how to use R statistical software.
Over the course of three days, you will cover topics like data manipulation and visualization, descriptive statistics and producing basic statistical analyses like chi-squared tests, t-tests, regressions, and more.
- Part 1 will cover importing data, examining data attributes, and manipulating data (creating new variables, stacking vs. merging data sets, etc.). No prior computing experience or statistical knowledge are required for Part 1.
- Part 2 will cover data visualization using versatile R plotting functions. Those with no computing experience should also attend Part 1.
- Part 3 will cover descriptive statistics and basic statistical analyses (chi-squared tests, t-tests, regression, etc.). Some basic statistical knowledge is required to get the most out of Part 3.
The course will be held in-person on October 25, November 1, and November 8, 2023 from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m.
Register for the in-person course below.
If you are interested in an online, self-guided version of this mini-course, please click here.
Registration closes October 17th.
There is no cost to attend the mini-courses. A laptop will be required to attend the mini-course.