Chemical and Process Industries Division FREE Webinar – Basics of R

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Chemical and Process Industries Division FREE Webinar:

Tuesday, November 14th at 11:30am EST

Basics of R

Do you want help learning how to use a software package to analyze your data? Do you use other point & click or code based statistical software but haven’t had time to learn R?  If so, Basics of R in the CPID Webinar Series is the right course to get you started! R is a free statistical software often used for data analysis.  We will cover the following topics:

  • Navigating RStudio
  • Reading a data file into R
  • Computing Descriptive Statistics
  • Generating Graphics for Exploratory Data Analysis
  • Exporting a file from R

The live portion of the course will demonstrate various commands and results.  Participants will also leave with a series of data sets, exercises, and solutions to practice on their own.  Come and attend this R webinar for beginners on Tuesday, November 14th at 11:30am EST.

Contact CPID Chair, Anne Driscoll (adriscoll@vt.edu) with questions

Select Link to Register for the free webinar

 

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