Category Archives: Workshops
I will be leading a workshop on R tomorrow from 4:30 to 5:30 pm in ETC 205. The workshop is designed to be useful for users with all levels of experience. The workshop will include a basic overview of R … finish reading R Workshop on 10/1/2014
Last Saturday I gave a presentation at the National Association for College Admission Counseling Conference titled “Matching the Under-Matched Student: Small Colleges and Big Data Offer Strategies for Success.” The presentation used a statistical analysis and case studies from two … finish reading Data Visualizations and Presentations in R Markdown
As part of our spring Quantitative Research Skills Workshop Series, I held an introduction workshop for MATLAB this afternoon. The presentation was aimed at a completely näive audience — we covered some background of the program and its applications, walked through … finish reading Workshop: Introduction to MATLAB
This afternoon I presented some basics of LaTeX (what is it, why would I not/want to use it, how do I use it) to Physics 200 students who were tasked with writing their lab reports using LaTeX.
Prepping for Paideia this year, I approached visiting professor Albert Kim about providing a quick one-hour introduction to R. R is the chosen platform for our introductory statistics course and is used by folks across all the sciences (social, physical, … finish reading Workshop: Introduction to R
My introduction to Paideia teaching was a grey Thursday in January 2013 — blessed be that first batch of students, for they were patient with the initial out-of-the-gates lecture, which I’ve since refined considerably.
The more I work with all-things-spatial, the more I want to infuse this sort of work across campus — maps as data visualizations, spatial context as framing for questions and answers, spatial patterns as answers and questions.