Presented by: 
Assoc. Prof. Anthony J. Richardson (UQ) & Assoc. Prof. Dave Schoeman (USC)
Date: 
Mon 21 Jul, 9:00 am - Wed 23 Jul, 4:00 pm
Venue: 
University of Qld, Building 47A, Room 241

 

This three-day workshop is an ideal introduction to R, the powerful tool for statistical computing, data analysis, and graphics. 

Day 1 is ideal if you have had little or even no experience with R and want to produce robust analyses and effective graphics. Days 2 and 3 are ideal for intermediate users or beginners wanting to go beyond the basics. The focus throughout is on ecological applications, particularly marine.

Monday July 21 - Wednesday July 23, 2014
9:00am – 4:00pm
Participants need to bring their own laptop

 

MONDAY JULY 21 - R Basics
1. Data input and manipulation
2. Simple statistics
3. Graphics

TUESDAY JULY 22 - Statistical modelling
4. General and generalized linear models
5. Classification and regression trees
6. Graphics

WEDNESDAY JULY 23 - Programming
7. Multivariate statistics
8. Mapping
9. Programming basics

There is a separate two-day workshop Bayesian Modelling using R for Advanced users on Thursday & Friday

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW

Fees: $150 per day (inc. GST)

Contact: Elle Clarke, Centre for Applications in Natural Resource Mathematics, (CARM) e.clarke1@uq.edu.au

 

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