The informal R introduction course

Here is a list of topics that we will cover. Each of these has some explanations, example code and example datasets to illustrate the topic.

Topics to Cover

  1. Introduction to R, R Studio, Packages, and importing data
    1. Introduction
    2. R Script
    3. The data you need to download to the working directory is here:
      A. https://wlperry.github.io/2017stats/data/iris.csv
      B. https://wlperry.github.io/2017stats/data/iris_excel.xlsx
    4. Homework install other common packages using this file A. https://wlperry.github.io/2017stats/packages.R
  2. Basic statistics
    1. Basic Statistics
    2. R Script
    3. The data you need to download to the working directory is here:
      A. https://wlperry.github.io/2017stats/data/iris.csv
  3. Graphing
    1. Plotting
    2. Plotting R Script
    3. Advanced graph modificaions and themes
      A. Building a publication quality graph - Modified Graphs
      B. R Script for graphs - Modified Graphs Script
      C. R Script for custom themes - Publication Theme to Store
    4. Maps with ggmap and ggplot - Maps with ggmap
      A. The r script to run this is here - R Scripts for Maps with ggmap
  4. Correlation and Regression analysis
    1. Correlation and Regression
    2. R Script
  5. T-Tests and Anovas
    1. T-Tests
      A. T-Test
      B. R Script for T-Tests
    2. One Way AOV
    1. One Way AOV B. R Script for One Way AOV
    1. Two Way AOV - Coming Soon
    1. Two Way AOV
      B. R Script for Two Way AOV
      C. Iris data Two Way AOV
  6. Dates and times
    1. Time and Dates
  7. Dataframe manipulation - still working on it
    1. Playing with dataframes
  8. Advanced Graphs
    1. Lake profile graphs - temperature, dissolved oxygen and other values
      A. Lake Profiles at discrete depths
      B. Lake profiles from CTD casts - will be up here in a bit
    2. Lake Isopleth or Heatmap graphs with lake temperature, depth and data all in one
      A. Lake heatmaps or isopleths

the NZ data is from

http://www.stats.govt.nz/browse_for_stats/population/estimates_and_projections/historical-population-tables.aspx

Data for Toolik was obtained from

http://arc-lter.ecosystems.mbl.edu/lakes-data

Here is a list of websites I use all the time

R studio
https://www.rstudio.com/

R https://cran.r-project.org/

Central bloggers website
https://www.r-bloggers.com/

Basic but good R code
http://www.cookbook-r.com/

Basic but good R code
http://www.statmethods.net/

More detiled and good R code
https://rpubs.com/kerkhoffa

THE PLACE TO ANSWER ALL OF YOUR QUESTIONS http://stackoverflow.com/