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An R Tutorial: Visual Representation of Complex Multivariate Relationships Using the R qgraph Package, Part Two Repost

May 7, 2018
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An R Tutorial: Visual Representation of Complex Multivariate Relationships Using the R qgraph Package, Part Two Repost

This is a repost of the original article that was posted as an embedded PDF file.   Douglas M. Wiig April 8, 2018 Abstract This article is part of my series of articles exploring the use of R packages that allow for visualization of complex relationships among variables. Other articles have examined visual representations produced … Continue reading An...

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The R qgraph Package: Using R to Visualize Complex Relationships Among Variables in a Large Dataset, Part One

March 10, 2017
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The R qgraph Package: Using R to Visualize Complex Relationships Among Variables in a Large Dataset, Part One

The R qgraph Package: Using R to Visualize Complex Relationships Among Variables in a Large Dataset, Part One A Tutorial by D. M. Wiig, Professor of Political Science, Grand View University In my most recent tutorials I have discussed the use of the tabplot() package to visualize multivariate mixed data types in large datasets. This … Continue reading The...

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R Tutorial: Visualizing Multivariate Relationships in Large Datasets

February 6, 2017
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R Tutorial: Visualizing Multivariate Relationships in Large Datasets

R Tutorial: Visualizing multivariate relationships in Large Datasets A tutorial by D.M. Wiig In two previous blog posts I discussed some techniques for visualizing relationships involving two or three variables and a large number of cases. In this tutorial I will extend that discussion to show some techniques that can be used on large datasets … Continue reading R...

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R For Beginners: Basic Graphics Code to Produce Informative Graphs, Part Two, Working With Big Data

January 16, 2017
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R For Beginners:  Basic Graphics Code to Produce Informative Graphs, Part Two, Working With Big Data

R for beginners: Some basic graphics code to produce informative graphs, part two, working with big data A tutorial by D. M. Wiig In part one of this tutorial I discussed the use of R code to produce 3d scatterplots. This is a useful way to produce visual results of multi- variate linear regression models. … Continue reading R...

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R for Beginners: Some Simple Code to Produce Informative Graphs, Part One

January 11, 2017
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R for Beginners:  Some Simple Code to Produce Informative Graphs, Part One

A Tutorial by D. M. Wiig The R programming language has a multitude of packages that can be used to display various types of graph. For a new user looking to display data in a meaningful way graphing functions can look very intimidating. When using a statistics package such as SPSS, Stata, Minitab or even … Continue reading R...

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R For Beginners: Some Simple R Code to do Common Statistical Procedures, Part Two

December 27, 2016
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R For Beginners:  Some Simple R Code to do Common Statistical Procedures, Part Two

An R tutorial by D. M. Wiig This posting contains an embedded Word document. To view the document full screen click on the icon in the lower right hand corner of the embedded document.    

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How to Install the Latest Version of R Statistics on Your Raspberry Pi

November 13, 2016
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How to Install the Latest Version of R Statistics on Your Raspberry Pi

R for Beginners:  How to Install the Latest Version of R Statistics on Your Raspberry Pi A tutorial by D. M. Wiig One of the nice characteristics of open source software such as R is the rapid development of new releases and updates.  While the base core remains stable for a period of time there … Continue reading How...

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R For Beginners: Installing the latest version of R on a Linux platform

November 11, 2016
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R For Beginners:  Installing the latest version of R on a Linux platform

R for Beginners:  Installing the latest version of R on a Linux platform A tutorial by D. M. Wiig One of the nice characteristics of open source software such as R is the rapid development of new releases and updates.  While the base core remains stable for a period of time there is a considerable … Continue reading R...

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R for Beginners: Using R Commander in an Introductory Statistics Course

September 28, 2016
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R for Beginners:  Using R Commander in an Introductory Statistics Course

R for beginners:  Using R Commander in introductory statistics courses A tutorial by D. M. Wiig As with previous tutorials in this series this document is an embedded Word documents.  To view the document full screen click on the icon in the lower r...

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R for Beginners: Using R Commander for Basic t Tests and One Way ANOVA

September 19, 2016
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R for Beginners:  Using R Commander for Basic t Tests and One Way ANOVA

R for Beginners:  Using R Commander for Basic t Tests and One Way ANOVA A tutorial by D. M. Wiig This post is contained in an embedded Word document.  To read it full screen click on the icon in the lower right corner of the document window. I hope that you found this tutorial informative. … Continue reading R...

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