Royal Society of Biology: Introduction to Reproducible Analyses in R

May 23, 2019
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Learn to experiment with R to make analyses and figures more reproducible

If you’re in the UK and not too far from York you might be interested in a Royal Society of Biology course which forms part of the Industry Skills Certificate. More details at this link

Introduction to Reproducible Analyses in R

rbs

24 June 2019 from 10:00 until 16:00

The course is aimed at researchers at all stages of their careers interested in experimenting with R to make their analyses and figures more reproducible.

No previous coding experience is assumed and you can work on your own laptop or use a computer at the training venue, the University of York.

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