Articles by R on R (for ecology)

How to use R Markdown (part one)

February 9, 2022 | R on R (for ecology)

Today I’m excited to share a blog post on how to use R Markdown. R Markdown is a dynamic file format that allows you to make documents containing normal text alongside chunks of embedded R code. In fact, all of my blog posts are written using R M...
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How to join tables in R

January 26, 2022 | R on R (for ecology)

In this blog post, I’m going to talk about joining data tables together. Joining tables is incredibly useful when you have to download several data files on a common set of subjects and then aggregate them into a larger, singular data set. This i...
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The Basics of R (in Spanish!)

January 19, 2022 | R on R (for ecology)

(¿Quieres más detalles sobre el curso en español? Desplázate hacia abajo.) Hello everyone! This blog post is a bit different from usual posts in that I’d like to make a very exciting announcement about an upcoming course launch. Part of my vision...
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Making your first plot in R

January 4, 2022 | R on R (for ecology)

With the new year, I’m hoping more of you take up learning R, so with that I want to share a tutorial from my course on an introduction to data visualization with R to help get you started. If you are completely new to R and don’t even ...
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How to actually make a quality scatterplot in R

August 5, 2021 | R on R (for ecology)

Scatterplots are one of the most common types of data visualizations you will encounter as a biologist. They present the relationship between two continuous variables. We might take them for granted by their simplicity, but we shouldn’t assume the seeming intuition with which we can see and comprehend these ...
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