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Introduction into R programming


NTNU
Enrollment is Closed

About This Course

A large part of statistics is doing actualy data analyses, like plotting and summarizing your data, fitting models, obtaining predictions or drawing conclusions.

This course aims to introduce you using R to solve problems with statistical methods. It is a course more about R, not really about statistics. It aims to give you an efficient, reliable, consistent, and shareable method for problem solving in R.

If you have used R before or even taken a course in it, you might find this course redundant. In that case you may just jump over the parts that you are familiar with. However, we think that even then you might learn something new.

Requirements

We do not assume that you have any experience using R, but we assume that you know the basic concepts of programming (e.g., using Python).

Course Staff

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Stefanie Muff

Associate Professor of Statistics

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