We offer introductory and intermediate workshops in the statistical programming language R. The R Project, used daily by thousands of people worldwide, is an essential tool for anyone using statistics for research or study.
R is a free software environment for statistical computing and graphics, developed at the Department of Statistics, University of Auckland. It is now used worldwide.
R consists of a language plus a run-time environment, RStudio, with graphics, and the ability to run programs stored in script files. Find upcoming workshop dates below.
Other 2-day workshops
- Analysis of time-to-event (survival) data.
- Multivariate data analysis methods for biological data.
- Design and analysis of structured experiments.
Depending on demand we can run single half-day workshops for your research group.
Introduction to R
This two-day workshop covers data manipulation, data visualisation, and analysis. The datasets used, and exercises and lessons will be useful to students and staff from all disciplines.
Participants do not need prior experience with R.
5 and 6 November 2020 (Contact Joei Mudaliar for details)
University of Auckland
Level 1, Building 302
23 Symonds Street
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University of Auckland students and staff: $300 excl. GST (Paid by PRESS, research grant or other UOA a/c.)
University of Auckland students and staff: $300 + GST (Paid by debit/credit card)
Non-University of Auckland attendees: $500 + GST
For enquiries please contact:
Joei Mudaliar at email@example.com