Two Sample Proportions test in R-Complete Guide

May 27, 2022 | Jim

The post Two Sample Proportions test in R-Complete Guide appeared first on Data Science Tutorials Two Sample Proportions test in R, To compare two observed proportions, the two-proportions z-test is utilized. This article explains the fundamentals of the two-proportions *z-test and gives practical examples using R software. We have two ... [Read more...]

leaRn! (learn R)

May 27, 2022 | Pachá

All levels No prior experience required Certified RStudio Trainer (Tidyverse + Shiny) Also certified by The Carpentries at UofT Eight years of experience with R and databases See my email in the image.
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Calculate the P-Value from Chi-Square Statistic in R

May 27, 2022 | Jim

The post Calculate the P-Value from Chi-Square Statistic in R appeared first on Data Science Tutorials Calculate the P-Value from Chi-Square Statistic in R, You’ll get a Chi-Square test statistic every time you run a Chi-Square test. The p-value associated with this test statistic can then be used to ... [Read more...]

Calculate the p-Value from Z-Score in R

May 27, 2022 | Jim

The post Calculate the p-Value from Z-Score in R appeared first on Data Science Tutorials Calculate the p-Value from Z-Score in R, In statistics, we frequently want to know the p-value associated with a specific z-score obtained from a hypothesis test. We can reject the null hypothesis of our hypothesis ... [Read more...]

Revisiting a lying chart

May 26, 2022 | Layton R blog

Summary I critique and correct a well-known visual lie from a 2015 Congressional hearing in which the authors abuse chart-making conventions to serve their rhetorical goals. I explore what authentic stories these data tell and what authen...
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R Packages Download Stats

May 26, 2022 | Eran Raviv

One big advantage of using open-source tools is the fantastic ecosystems that typically accompany them. Being able to tap into a massive open-source community, by way of downloading freely available code is decidedly useful. But, yes, there are downsides to downloads. For one, there are too many packages out there. ...
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Think like a programmeR: the workshop

May 26, 2022 | Mirai Solutions

Learn how to program your own algorithms in R with us on June 22nd! With the 3rd Chapter of our “Introduction to R” learning path we continue our journey towards building strong R programming foundations and skills. With the “Programming R” workshop...
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One sample proportion test in R-Complete Guide

May 25, 2022 | Jim

The post One sample proportion test in R-Complete Guide appeared first on Data Science Tutorials One sample proportion test in R, when there are just two categories, the one proportion Z-test is used to compare an observed proportion to a theoretical one. This article explains the fundamentals of the one-proportion ... [Read more...]

Calling R From Python With rpy2

May 24, 2022 | R Views

This post on R Views is about… Python! Surprising, I know. Python has several well-written packages for statistics and data science, but CRAN, R’s central repository, contains thousands of packages implementing sophisticated statistical algorithms that have been field-tested over many years. Thanks to the rpy2 package, Pythonistas can take ...
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