What is this?
Crump, Matthew J. C. (2017). Programming for Psychologists: Data Creation and Analysis (Version 1.1). https://crumplab.github.io/programmingforpsych/
This textbook is a collection of notes for a course on programming for psychologists, taught at the Graduate Center of CUNY in 2014, by Matthew Crump. This github repo contains all of the source code to compile the book using bookdown...I hacked the together the style files for the gitbook style and the tufte style, and may have changed some .css settings in the bookdown package itself on my computer (so I apologize in advance if it doesn't compile properly).
Contributing to the textbook while you read it
Use Hypothes.is, an amazing tool for annotating the web.
a. Go to Hypothes.is, and "get-started"
b. Install the the add-on for chrome, or other browser
c. That's it, turn on Hypothes.is when you are reading this textbook, and you will see all public annotations made by anyone else.
Contribute by making push reqeusts
The source code for this textbook is available in this repo.
a. Edit the .Rmd files, and then submit pull requests
b. When you are reading the textbook, the edit link in the top bar of the textbook should automatically take you to the source .Rmd file
License CC BY-SA 4.0
The book is released under a creative commons CC BY-SA 4.0 license. This means that this book can be reused, remixed, retained, revised and redistributed (including commercially) as long as appropriate credit is given to the authors. If you remix, or modify the original version of this open textbook, you must redistribute all versions of this open textbook under the same license - CC BY-SA 4.0.