R exams

January 11, 2010
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(This article was first published on Xi'an's Og » R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

As posted yesterday, today was the day of my Exploratory Statistics exam, turned into 3 R exams because of the lack of terminals for the students to work on. (We tried to encourage students to use their own laptop but less than twenty registered…) If you happen to be interested in those exams, they are available here, there, and there. The students were supposed to download their .Rhistory file or something more elaborate onto a web depository and the usual disasters stroke, from students unable to start an R session to those erasing their history just before dowloading and everything in between. Eventually, they all got their files secured and most left whinning that it was tooo haaard… Serves them well, ha!


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