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An Introduction to R Programming – A Short Course in Statistics

Dates of Next Available Courses

19th-21st June 2017

Location

G32, Department of Psychology, University of Edinburgh, 7 George Square, Edinburgh, EH8 9JZ.

Fees

£350 for external applicants.
£75 for University of Edinburgh staff and students based outside PPLS.
The course is free for CCACE members and for PPLS staff and students.
This includes full course notes and tea/coffee breaks.

How to Register

Please fill out the Application Form (click here) and return to Anna Sim (ccace@ed.ac.uk).   Please register now to avoid disapointment as places are limited.

Accomodation Options Close by

University of Edinburgh
Salisbury Green
Bed and Breakfast
Independent Hotels (please note we do not endorse any of these options, they are only intended as a source of alternatives)
Apex International HotelHotel Ibis
Edinburgh City HotelNovotel Edinburgh Centre
Jurys Inn EdinburghTen Hill Place Hotel

Further information

For general information on the course, accomodation and other queries please contact Anna Sim, CCACE Administrative Secretary (ccace@ed.ac.uk)

If you would like specific information on the course please contact Dr Mike Allerhand, CCACE Statistician (michael.allerhand@ed.ac.uk)

Introduction to R Programming Course

CCACE offers a three-day short course which introduces the statistics programme R.

Some comments on the course…This was a truly lovely course. The instructor was approachable and helpful. He went at a pace that was good for people who have no programming experience. He went step-by-step… Thus the course was very clear. I feel like I have the tools to conquer more complex R functions… Five stars, would recommend again!

A fascinating introduction to a very complex subject. Wonderfully taught, Dr Allerhand was approachable, friendly and very knowledgeable.

A great course. A good mix of learning the R basics in all key areas, graphs, tables and statistics.