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Application of R in Statistics - LDN Meeting Room 3
Tue 11 April 2017, 10:00 – 16:00 BST
This is an ONS/GSS internal course
This course requires you to have access to a laptop (work or personal) with 'The R Foundation R 3.3.0' and RStudio installed.
Please contact us if you have any questions - GSS.Capability@statistics.gov.uk
This one day classroom based course will use R to clean, sort and analyse data. This is a computer based session for the application of R.
Pre-requisite: Intro to Coding in R
Please note that you must have a basic understanding of how to work in R - This should include
- Loading additional libraries
- Working with data frames
- Understanding basic statistical functions (e.g. mean, max, min, std, median and summary)
- Boolean operators (==, !=, <, >, &, |, !)
- Some knowledge of graphics (one of base graphics, lattice or ggplot)
- Reading and writing plain text data (e.g. csv files)
Some statistical knowledge and knowledge of statistical concepts is also essential.
This includes awareness of
- Linear Regression Models,
- Analysis of Variance
- Hypothesis testing
- Knowledge of why you might want to do machine learning
Formal mathematical training (this includes things like A level psychology and sociology where you need to build statistical models) is a must for this course.
For this course you will need to bring a Laptop with the follow installed and ready to use:
If you have any question or you need any help please let us know.