This is the landing page for Introduction to Data Analysis using R course taught by Dr. Robin Donatello. This page is used for posting of regular announcements and information for students of the class.

The Fall 17 run of this course is now over.

MATH 130 will be offered again during Spring 2018 semester

TR 11-12:15, 1/23 - 2/22

Target Audience

Anyone who wants to do their own data analysis! This is a primer to get the complete novice up and running with the basic knowledge of how to use the statistical programming language R. Topics include: R programming basics, importing data, properties of tidy data, visualizing data, reproducible research with Markdown and basic data wrangling. Designed to get you up and running with basic knowledge of R and Markdown ASAP. This course is designed as a pre-requisite for most upper division Statistics, and all Data Science courses which use R heavily.

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Last Updated: 10/15/2017

All assigned material should be uploaded through Blackboard Learn. The due dates can be found on the class calendar using the link at the top.

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Now it’s time to put your skillz to the test in an Exploratory Data Analysis Project