Tag Archives: R
“Science is reportedly in the middle of a reproducibility crisis.” This is the claim of quite a few these days including an article from ROpenSci which directly references another article by The Conversation. But what is “reproducible research” and how … finish reading R Markdown senior thesis template
From an educational philosophy perspective, learning to program is well aligned with what we strive to teach our students. Becoming proficient in statistical programming requires the ability to think critically about complex problems, to develop scientific research questions, and to … finish reading Why should students at a small liberal arts college learn R?
Recently, I have been assisting several students with geocoding projects for their classes and thesis projects, using geocoding functionality in R. To document this work I have put together several tutorials and resources for students and faculty to use.
I am in the process of building a series of tutorials on the Data@Reed website. The current set of tutorials address among the most common tasks in R, such as reading in data, creating variables, and creating plots as well … finish reading R Resources
Since my original post on choropleth maps a little over a month ago I have been thinking about ways to display all of the data in Table 1 (i.e. Reed College enrollment by state from 2007-2013) in a single choropleth … finish reading Choropleth Maps Revisited
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
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