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Science Center, E110 (Lipton Lecture Hall)
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The R Project for Statistical Computing is a high-level programming language focused on statistical analysis. It can be applied to a wide variety of statistical models and includes functions for high-quality graphical display. It is most commonly used in the social, environmental, and biological sciences, as well as by statisticians. This class will provide a very basic introduction to R and present a few standard statistical applications. (The Department of Mathematics and Statistics provides a more thorough program of study.) R is open-source software and can be downloaded and installed for free. The integrated development environment RStudio is recommended and can also be downloaded and installed for free.

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Andy Anderson
(413) 542-2255
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