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Stat programming workshop – tutorial for a very simple R choropleth map

Eye candy is the best way to get your poster noticed at a conference and choropleth maps are some of the tastiest morsels. Here’s a quick tutorial on how to make one in R. It’s not a beginner topic, so … Continue reading

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Stat programming workshop – week 6 tasks

April 2013 update: this post is part 6 of 6 that were designed to help beginning R programmers get up and running with some simple data analyses. They were originally private for a specific course in Summer 2012, but they’re … Continue reading

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Stat programming workshop – week 5 tasks

April 2013 update: this post is part 5 of 6 that were designed to help beginning R programmers get up and running with some simple data analyses. They were originally private for a specific course in Summer 2012, but they’re … Continue reading

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Stat programming workshop – week 4 tasks

April 2013 update: this post is part 4 of 6 that were designed to help beginning R programmers get up and running with some simple data analyses. They were originally private for a specific course in Summer 2012, but they’re … Continue reading

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Stat programming workshop – week 3 tasks

April 2013 update: this post is part 3 of 6 that were designed to help beginning R programmers get up and running with some simple data analyses. They were originally private for a specific course in Summer 2012, but they’re … Continue reading

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Stat programming workshop – week 2 tasks

April 2013 update: this post is part 2 of 6 that were designed to help beginning R programmers get up and running with some simple data analyses. They were originally private for a specific course in Summer 2012, but they’re … Continue reading

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Stat programming workshop – week 1 tasks

April 2013 update: this post and the following 5 “stat programming” posts were designed to get beginning R programmers up and running with some simple data analyses. They were originally private for a specific course in Summer 2012, but they’re … Continue reading

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