R is a high level programming language for statistical analysis and data visualisation. It is an open source and well supported language that provides many packages for a wide variety of statistical and graphical techniques.

If you would like to know more about R and how to get started come along to the work-along Introduction to R hosted by the Curtin Institute for Computation.

The session is aimed at beginners and will show you how to access and work with your data, how to load packages and where to find help.

This introduction will use RStudio, an implemented development environment for R, and we ask you to follow the instructions below to install R and RStudio before the session. If you need help with the installation please arrive 15 minutes early so we can help you.

This workshop is available free of charge to Curtin students and staff.

Course Outline 

– Overview of R and RStudio
– Importing your data into R
– Manipulating your data
– Visualising your data

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