R 4 ALL - An introductory course to R, RStudio and statistics for Biologists (Andrew Beckerman & Dylan Childs) (R4LL01) FREE ACCOMMODATION AVAILABLE

oliver-hookerOliver Hooker
  • 6 Jan

R 4 ALL - An introductory course to R, RStudio and statistics for Biologists (Andrew Beckerman & Dylan Childs) (R4LL01) FREE ACCOMMODATION AVAILABLE

https://www.prstatistics.com/course/r-4-all-andrew-beckerman-dylan-childs-r4ll01/

This course is idea for any marine mammal researchers who want to start using R to analyze their data.

This course will be delivered by Dr Andrew Beckerman and Dr Dylan
Childs, authors of the best selling book “Getting Started with R, An
Introduction for Biologists” from the 20th-24th January in Glasgow
City Centre.

FREE ACCOMMODATION is available for people working in academia and for
non-profit organisations.

PR Statistics has partnered with R4ALL (www.r4all.org) to offer an
introductory course to R, RStudio and statistics for Biologists. Based
on their best-selling book, “Getting Started with R, An Introduction
for Biologists”, this course provides training in the R statistical
and programming language for data management, visualisation, and
analysis. The R4All team, with more than 20 years experience
delivering this course, will boost you up the initial learning curve,
streamline your data management and analysis workflows, and give youR 4 ALL
scalable solutions. You will develop and take away robust and
repeatable workflows for visualisation and statistical analyses,
ranging from t-tests and ANOVA to generalised linear models and mixed
effects models.

For more details or to request an invoice please email
oliverhooker@prstatistics.com or use the link to book via our website.

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Oliver Hooker PhD.
PR statistics

2019 publications;

A way forward with eco evo devo: an extended theory of resource polymorphism with postglacial fishes as model systems. Biological Reviews (2019).

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