Tutorials and data for use in R training courses
(c) Tyler William Smith, 2014.
All material is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license. I would appreciate you sending me an email if you use this in your own classes, particularly if you have any comments or criticisms to share.
This is material for a one-day introduction to R:
The R script files are designed to be worked through as a group, alternating between me demonstrating different things, and the students working through short exercises on their own to reinforce the demos.
The Rmd files are shorter, mostly lecture material. I have also included notes from my most recent delivery. This is a work in progress, and I've indicated what some of the rougher parts are so far.
A new lesson featuring a walk-through of the process I use for preparing publication-ready figures using the base R graphics system.
An overview of Reproducible Research, and a workflow for achieving it with R, Markdown and RStudio. Primarily a lecture, with material repurposed from Roger Peng's Coursera material: https://github.com/rdpeng/courses
An demonstration outlining the process for creating, installing and building an R package. At the completion of the demonstration, you should be able to create your own R package, and understand enough to make sense of the copious documentation provided with R.