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An Introduction to Data Analysis using R

Hope Daffodils



Led by: Dr J. Enrique Salcedo-Sora

Date - Tuesday 11th July
Time - 9am - 13:00pm

Target Audience:
Academic staff and postgraduate students.


Detailed Description

Brief Outline

R is a programming and statistical analysis language has expanded to formidable levels of tools and usage decade after decade.  It is a tool of choice for data analysis but also with capabilities usually unknown by users that have seen as a statistical language only.  We will go through the basis of data analysis and explore some of the most appealing high-end programming and plotting functions.

Learning Objectives:

1.- To familiarise the learner with the basis of data import and customisation.

2.- To understanding the types of data structures in R.

3.- To perform common types of analysis and plotting.

4.- To explore user-specific tools for data mining.

Duration - 4 Hours 

Refreshments will be provided and room to be confirmed at a later date.


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