Category Archives: R

SSGS 6111 Biostatistical Analysis and Interpretation

This postgraduate level course focuses on the use of R to perform biostatistical analyses. Semester: 2010/2011 (2) Time: Tuesday, 2-5pm. Venue: Faculty of Science Computer Laboratory. Assessment mode: 100% tutorials Lectures: Week 8 (Part I) ; Week 8 (Part II) … Continue reading

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Completion of first R Workshop

Here’s the outcome of the survey: The plot is made using the “barplot” function in R, with a table as input. Thanks for everyone’s feedback – they will surely contribute to making the next workshop better.

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Workshop: Practical Data Analysis for Biologists using R

I am an R user, and I will be spreading the “word” in an upcoming workshop. This workshop is part of a series of activities from the Biodatabase and Informatics Architecture Laboratory (BIAL) at the Bioinformatics Division. Details are as … Continue reading

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A Short Tutorial for R

You may find this short tutorial a useful introduction to R. I will be using R quite a bit in my MSc courses.

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