18-22 June 2018
This course is aimed at scientists from quantitative sciences (e.g. biology, epidemiology, psychology...). It has been created with biologists in mind but it should accommodate scientists from other disciplines. No previous experience with R is required. Participants should have a basic familiarity with statistical terms and concepts.
Eisenacher Str. 1, 10777 Berlin
Monday 18th-Classes from 9:30 to 17:30
Monday is DATA day
After briefly introducing myself and R, this first day will be dedicated to the data. R is software dedicated to data analysis, so mastering the basics of data manipulation in R is essential for further steps. I will explain how to import data into R and how to manipulate them (e.g. from adding or removing rows or columns, to merging tables and using pivot tables). This will be good practice for students to learn the basics of the R language. I will illustrate how to do everything using R base (that is R out of the box), but I will also introduce some efficient R packages (e.g. dplyr) that allow users to perform some operations on large datasets a little faster.
Course material and refreshments
Course material, refreshments, lunch and accommodation
430 € (VAT included)
695 € (VAT included)
> 30 days before the start date = 30% cancellation fee
< 30 days before the start date= No Refund.
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