Virtual Middlebury

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This is an introduction to R designed for participants with no, or little, programming experience.

Why should you learn R?

* R does not involve lots of pointing and clicking, and that’s a good thing
* R code is great for reproducibility — for yourself, or for other researchers
* R is interdisciplinary and extensible
* R works on data of all shapes and sizes — quantitative, qualitative, text, images, spatial, etc.
* R helps produce high-quality graphics
* R has a large and welcoming community

In this introduction you will learn:

* How to find your way around RStudio
* How to interact with R
* What data types are available in R
* How you can manipulate different types of data in R
* How you can read a data file into R
* How to get basic summary information about your dataset
* and more…

Please click here to learn more and to register for this workshop.

Sponsored by:
College Libraries

Contact Organizer

Kemp, Jonathan
(802) 443-2265