Converting from SPSS to R in Classroom Instruction with Edward F. Connor
Event date: Apr 02, 2018
Event time: 12 PM - 1 PM
Location: Faculty Commons (LIB 286)
A Stat CORR Methodology and Multivariate Analysis (MAMA) presentation featuring Edward Connor, Department of Biology, SF State University
Converting from SPSS to R in Classroom Instruction with
Edward F. Connor
Monday, April 2, Noon-1pm, LIB286
Faculty Commons (LIB 286), lunch.
You are invited……
I had taught an introductory statistics course for over 30 years using SPSS. I took the plunge to convert the class to R. I share my experiences on how I made the change, and my sense of how students have fared. I explore R scripts and R markdown along the way.
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More Information: Richard Harvey, 338-3478 / firstname.lastname@example.org or
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Ed’s presentation is brought to you by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP), through its funding of the SFSU Statistics Community of Representative Researchers (CORR) Research Cluster.
Stat CORR hosts meetings, workshops and training clinics, to foster and promote the dissemination of quantitative & qualitative research skills. Stat CORR aims to connect faculty and staff with specialized methodological knowledge with to those who seek assistance designing new research projects, completing data analysis, or developing, submitting, and revising extramural grants.