Data Cleaning with R
About this Event
Are you interested in taking a deeper dive into your data? R is an open-source statistical tool that helps researchers with data manipulation, analysis and visualization.
During this hands-on workshop, develop skills that will help you address your data with more confidence. Using R, by way of the RStudio software, you will learn how to perform basic cleaning and statistical techniques. You will also explore the role of R as an open access platform, and discover how you can leverage online resources to continue your growth in data analysis.
While the workshop is tailored to new R users, seasoned R users may learn some useful commands and techniques. Attendees can bring their own laptop or use on-site computers.
Daniel Peart, data services librarian, will lead the workshop.
This workshop is open to UD students, faculty and staff. It is co-sponsored by the Graduate College.
Registration is required as seating is limited. The workshop will not be recorded.
If you are interested in this workshop, you may also be interested in Introduction to R: Free, Open and Powerful Statistical Software on September 29.