Statistics with R

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Statistics with R

  • Instructor(s): Hugo Quené and Hans Rutger Bosker Utrecht University (Hugo) and Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics (Hans Rutger)
  • Available also as advanced: Yes

This workshop will introduce the R programming environment for statistical analysis. Contrary to SPSS which is procedure-oriented (commands are verbs, e.g. “compute”), R is object-oriented (objects are nouns, e.g. “factor”). In this workshop, we will try to ease the learning curve of using R for your data analysis. Experience with statistical software is NOT required! We will use data simulation as well as real data sets, to explore topics like t-tests, χ2 tests, and regression. We will also show how R produces publication-quality figures.

 

The slides for the EMLAR 2017 R Advanced tutorial can be found here: R Advanced Slides

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