Date(s) - 2017-01-18 - 2017-01-20
09:00 CET - 16:00 CET
EMBL Heidelberg, Room 202
The centre for statistical data analysis is pleased
to announce another basic R, graphics and data handling course,
open to all at EMBL (including outstations).
**Course name: A modern R introduction including graphics and data handling**
**Venue: Room 202, EMBL Heidelberg (Bring your laptop!)**
**Time & date: 9:00-16:00, 18th and 19th January, 9:00- 12:00, 20th January 2017**
We will cover very recent delevopments in the R language that have made
it more user friendly and feature rich (the “tidyverse”) and introduce visualization
(ggplot2) and data handling (split-apply-combine, reshaping of data) in R.
There will also be a couple of case studies.
Some prior programming/scripting experience is very helpful
but not strictly required.
This course might also be interesting for people using a different
scripting language and are wondering what R offers nowadays
For more information, see the program below or
contact Bernd Klaus (firstname.lastname@example.org).
**Day 1: (Wednesday, Jan 18th)**
The R programming language, RStudio and Rnotebooks will be introduced and exercises
will allow you to get some hands on experience in running elementary R commands.
We will look at basic data structures like data frames and vectors and introduce
plotting and programming statements.
R introduction continued.
**Day 2: (Thursday, Jan 19th)**
Graphics in R: ggplot2 and various plots for experimental
Introduction to advanced data handling using
the “split-apply-combine” strategy for data analysis.
**Day 3: (Friday, Jan 20th)**
Different data shapes, reshaping strategies, followed
by case studies in advanced data handling.
This event is fully booked.