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NEW! R Workshop on December 22

The R workshop on December 18th completely sold out in less than two days!

But, we have good news for you! Statistical Solutions Inc. is organizing a second 5-hour hands-on workshop on December 22nd! This workshop is designed to introduce the RStudio statistical environment to those who are looking to use RStudio for applied statistical tasks. Topics include data coding and management, data visualization, as well as how to perform descriptive and inferential data analyses.

This 5 hour hands-on workshop will be taught by Mariola Moeyaert, Ph.D. through Zoom. No prior knowledge of RStudio is assumed. Because Statistical Solutions is celebrating its first anniversary, the workshop is offered at a special discount price of $150 (normal price is $ 250). Detailed PowerPoint slides, individual consultations, and workshop recordings are included.

The workshop is organized on Tuesday, December 22 from 10am to 3pm (EST).

To sign up for this unique opportunity, email: Be fast as this workshop might sell out quickly too.

Agenda Workshop

This workshop is hands-on and held through Zoom, a video conferencing application. The instructor will share R code with the participants. The participants are encouraged to copy the code in RStudio or write code along with the instructor, and participate in the carefully designed exercises that will be interspersed throughout the day.

  1. Introduction to R/RStudio

RStudio Basics

Importing and exporting data

Basic data structures

Working with data (merging, sorting)

Understanding R functions and help files

2. Exploring, visualizing, and analyzing Data in Rstudio

Descriptive statistics and exploratory data plots

Data Visualizations

Recoding data

Bivariate techniques (e.g., t-tests, chi-square tests) and bivariate plots

Linear Models: Estimation and diagnostics

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Free webinar

Statistical Solutions would like to announce the following free webinar: "Meta-analysis of single-case experimental designs: An overview of current synthesis methods" Presenter: Mariola Moeyaert, Ph.D


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