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Simple plots with R by Joeri Jongbloets #7

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mgalland opened this Issue Oct 10, 2017 · 1 comment

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mgalland commented Oct 10, 2017

Description

In this lesson we repeat lesson #6, however this time we use R instead of Python. In short the lesson will teach you how to load data into R, how to manipulate the data and how to plot it.

We will use a powerful set of packages called tidyverse which includes all the basic packages you need for quick data loading, tidying, wrangling and plotting. In this lesson we will not discuss the basics of R language (but that will not stop us from using it).

Check out the preparation guidelines below

Time and Place

Where: Room D1.113, Science Park 904
When: Tuesday, November 7th, 2017 at 17:00 PM

Required Preparation

Prior knowledge

No prior knowledge required, but it never hurts to glance over this.

Data

Software Dependencies

We will use R and RStudio.

If possible, install tidyverse before the session:

  1. Open RStudio (after you installed it)
  2. Look at the lower right pane and click on the "Packages" tab
  3. Click on the install button (just below the tabs)
  4. In the dialog, enter "tidyverse" (without the quotes) in the textbox and click Install.

Materials

  • The preview (or blank) document can be found here
  • The complete document is available here
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jjongbloets commented Nov 10, 2017

You can find the document that I made during the session here.

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