Presented by: 
Dr Clare McGrory (UQ)
Date: 
Wed 30 Sep, 9:00 am - Fri 2 Oct, 4:00 pm
Venue: 
47A - 241, Sir James Foot Building

 

This three-day workshop is an ideal introduction to R for students and researchers and uses a diverse set of examples from many fields.  It is run by the Centre for Applications in Natural Resource Mathematics (CARM), who also run a separate “Introduction to R Workshop for Ecologists” with specialized examples drawn from ecology and biology.

Day 1is 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.  There is a strong application focus throughout.

Wednesday 30 September – R Basics

  1. Data input and manipulation
  2. Simple statistics
  3. Graphics

Thursday 1 October – Statistical Modelling

  1. General and generalized linear models

Friday 2 October – Programming

  1. Multivariate statistics
  2. Mapping

 

  • Wednesday 30 Sept - Friday 2 October, 2015 (single-day attendance possible)
  • 9:00am - 4:00pm
  • Best if participants bring their own laptop, but not a requirement.
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REGISTRATION

https://payments.uq.edu.au/OneStopWeb/aspx/tranform.aspx?TRAN-TYPE=W01SOMP13

There is a separate three-day Advanced R workshop in December

Please note that payments being made via UQ credit card need to go through ISC - please contact

Karen McKeeman directly at carm@maths.uq.edu.au to register and pay.

Fees:  $250 per day (incl. GST)

Registrations close Tuesday 29th September

Contact: Centre for Applications in Natural Resource Mathematics (CARM), carm@maths.uq.edu.au