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Introduction into R (RSS2.09) - Confirmed

Join for a week-long journey into R programming for data analysis. From mastering R basics and data import to advanced skills in cleaning, visualization, and analysis, this course integrates theory with hands-on exercises. Culminate your learning with real-world case studies, ensuring you confidently apply R for robust data manipulation and insightful reporting.

Duration: one-week.

    General

     

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    This interactive and applied course is designed to equip you with essential skills in R programming for data analysis. During the week, we'll delve into key objectives crucial for any data analyst or researcher. 

    Engage in hands-on exercises and real-world case studies that reinforce your understanding and empower you to apply R confidently. This interactive course combines theory with practical applications, ensuring participants have a solid grasp of R's data manipulation, analysis, and visualization.

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    Starting date

    24 June 2024, 9 am
    Educational method
    On-site
    Main Language
    English
    Sessions
    24 June 2024, 9 am - 28 June 2024, 5 pm
    Teacher(s)
    Unique code
    RSS2.09

    Factsheet

    Type of education
    Course
    Entry requirements
    See the requirements in cost and admission
    Study load (ECTS)
    2
    Result
    Certificate
    Organisation
    Radboud Summer School

    Startdate: 24 June 2024, 9 am - 28 June 2024, 5 pm
    ECTS credits: 2 ECTS. For more information see credits and certificate.

    Course programme

    Week-at-a-Glance: 

    • Day 1: R basics & Data Import 
    • Day 2: Data Cleaning 
    • Day 3: Data Visualization and Reporting 
    • Day 4: Analysis 
    • Day 5: Reporting the results Culminate your learning by integrating all the acquired skills. 

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    Klara Raiber

    Klara Raiber

    Klara Raiber is a Ph.D. candidate in Sociology at Radboud University and the SCOOP program. She holds a master's degree in Sociology from the University of Mannheim in Germany. Her Ph.D. project is on long-term employment consequences of caregiving for family and friends with health issues from a life-course perspective supervised by Ellen Verbakel and Mark Visser.

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    Costs

    • Regular: €1049 (application deadline 13th of May)
    • Student & PhD's: €699 (application deadline 13th of May)

    Includes: your course, short morning and late afternoon courses, coffee and tea during breaks, a warm lunch every day, Official Opening, MethodsNET Café (including some drinks and snacks) Official Closing (with some drinks and snacks) and a 1-year (2024 calendar year) free membership as MethodsNET regular member.

    Excludes: transport, accommodation, social events and other costs. 

    Discounts and Scholarships

    Admission

    Level of participant: 

    • Master
    • PhD
    • PostDoc
    • Professional

    Admission requirements: ​​

    There are no requirements for this course, other than to have a laptop capable of running R (basically anything made after 1998).

    Admission documents: 

    None

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