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R Workshop in Biology

Biology And Biomedical Sciences 3100 - Fall 2020

Biologists in all areas increasingly find that they have the need and opportunity to work with large data sets. The goal of this 1-credit course is to provide students with an opportunity to gain skills in data analysis and presentation using R, a free software environment for statistical computing and graphics (http://www.r-project.org). Topics include an introduction to basic programming in R, data types and manipulation, graphics, hypothesis testing and statistics, and applications to various fields of biology ranging from ecology to genomics. The course consists of ten, two-hour workshops that include a brief introduction to key concepts in R and applications in biology, followed by interactive, hands-on tutorials. Prerequisites: concurrent or prior course in statistics (Math 2200 or Math 3200) or permission of instructor.
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R Workshop in Biology
INSTRUCTOR: Myers
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R Workshop in Biology
INSTRUCTOR: Myers
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