The scripting language R is considered one of the most powerful languages for quantitative analysis, statistics, and graphics. This workshop will help you get started using R to analyze your datasets and create graphs for visualization. You'll do hands-on exercises to demystify data analysis using R. This workshop is designed for those who have no background whatsoever in programming/R.
Part 1: The R language and RStudio
- What is R and why should you use it?
- The RStudio interface
- Troubleshooting error messages
- Types & data structures
- Math and logic operations
- Functions and packages
- Reading data into R
Part 2: Hands-on Data Analysis in R
- Filtering and reformating data
- Exploring data (Basic summaries such as mean, median, etc.)
- Plotting data
- R markdown report generation
Bring your laptop with RStudio and R installed.
Novice: This is an introductory workshop in the R Scripting series with no prerequisites. No background in statistics or computing is necessary, and no prior experience with programming or R/RStudio is required for this course. Absolute beginners are especially welcome!
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AudienceGladstone and UCSF
The Gladstone Data Science Training Program was started in 2018 to provide trainees with learning opportunities and hands-on workshops to improve their skills in bioinformatics and computational analysis. This program offers a series of workshops throughout the year to enable trainees to gain new skills and get support with their questions and data.
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