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All workshop materials are available under a Creative Commons Attribution license.

 

 

Introduction to R 

Recording date: Fall 2021
Contributors: Mark Greenwood, Greta Linse, Sara Mannheimer, Allison Theobold, The Carpentries

Publisher: Montana State University

If you've never used RStudio, please review this tutorial prior to the workshop. It will help you get started with R and RStudio: https://greenwood-stat.shinyapps.io/InstallDemo_RWorkshops

 

 

Data Visualization in R 

Recording date: Fall 2021
Contributors: Mark Greenwood, Greta Linse, Sara Mannheimer, Allison Theobold, The Carpentries
Publisher: Montana State University
Online tutorial is available here: https://rconnect.math.montana.edu/Data_viz_tutorial/

 

Intermediate R  

Recording date: Fall 2021
Contributors: Mark Greenwood, Greta Linse, Sara Mannheimer, Allison Theobold, The Carpentries
Publisher: Montana State University
Online tutorial is available here: https://rconnect.math.montana.edu/IntermediateR/ 

 

Data Wrangling in R, Spring 2021  

Contributors: Mark Greenwood, Greta Linse, Sara Mannheimer, Allison Theobold, The Carpentries
Publisher: Montana State University
Online tutorial is available here: https://rconnect.math.montana.edu/Data_Wrangling/

 

Montana State University R Workshops Team

These materials were adapted from materials generated by the Data Carpentries (https://datacarpentry.org/) and were originally developed at MSU by Dr. Allison Theobold. The workshop series is co-organized by the Montana State University Library, Department of Mathematical Sciences, and Statistical Consulting and Research Services (SCRS, https://www.montana.edu/statisticalconsulting/). SCRS is supported by Montana INBRE (National Institutes of Health, Institute of General Medical Sciences Grant Number P20GM103474). The workshops for 2020-2021 are supported by Faculty Excellence Grants from MSU’s Center for Faculty Excellence.

Research related to the development of these workshops is to appear in:

 

These workshops involve modifications of materials.

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Workshop Instrutors

Sara Mannheimer

  • Sara Mannheimer is an Associate Professor and Data Librarian at Montana State University, where she helps shape practices and theories for curation, publication, and preservation of data. Her research examines the social, ethical, and technical issues of a data-driven world. 

Greta Linse

Mark Greenwood

  • Mark Greenwood is a Professor of Statistics in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Montana State University and Director of Statistical Consulting and Research Services. His research interests have involved statistical methods and applications in environmental sciences, education, and biological sciences. Recent work has involved researching diagnostic methods for Multiple Sclerosis. His current research grants include funding from the Mountain West IDeA Clinical and Translational Research - Infrastructure Network (National Institute of General Medical Sciences Grant 5U54GM104944-07) and a grant from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (RG-1907-34348); SCRS is supported by Montana INBRE (National Institutes of Health, Institute of General Medical Sciences, Grant P20GM103474).