Statistical Ecotoxicology using R Modules 1 & 2 July 1 – 5, 2019 (5 days) (10% discount)

$1,557.00 Excl. GST

Charles Darwin University – Waterfront Campus

21 Kitchener Dr, Darwin City NT


St Catherine's on Park

2 Park Rd, Perth WA 6009

This is a predominantly  'hands-on' course that will provide the necessary background information and tools to get started with analysing data within the R computing environment. On successful completion, participants will be able to:
  • Understand the basics of the R environment (data frames, objects, classes, factors, lists, workspace, installing and loading packages, getting help)
  • Read in data from various sources (ASCII files; Excel spreadsheets; CSV files etc.) as well as using built-in data sets.
  • Perform basic data manipulations and re-organise raw data into standard formats with the help of in-built packages such as tidyverse and dplyr.
  • Create various R objects such as data frames and lists and know how to manipulate these using conditional selection, grouping, sorting, and list functions such as lapply and mapply.
  • Use intrinsic functions to transform data and perform basic arithmetic.
  • Use R's intrinsic graphics functions to produce high-quality graphics.
  • Use the ggplot2 package to create more advanced data visualisations.
  • Write simple R programs to perform more complex tasks.
  • Undertake basic statistical analyses using R functions and other packages.

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