R Introduction Workshop (Workshop - Professional Development) #15523

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R Introduction Workshop

-R and R studio installed 
-Brief introduction R
-Explore R and R studio environment 
-Basic functions of R 
-R for basic calculation
-R objects and assignments
-Understanding functions and getting help in R
-Download and install packages
-Import data
-Loading, viewing and exploring data
-Simple modeling
-Visualize data basics
-Export data
This is only an introduction to the R and R studio environment. Learning a new programming language, like a spoken language, takes years of practice, so it will not be possible to cover everything but many common features that most of you will use most of the time will be highlighted.

Please, follow the WebEx link in the Reminder Email sent by the Faculty Enrichment Center to connect. 


Course Details

Wednesday, September 8, 2021
From 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Jennifer Latessa
This session will be presented virtually.


Jennifer Latessa, MCP
GIS & Data Collab Consultant

Location: 240 Braunstein Hall

E-mail: latessjr@mail.uc.edu 

Expertise: Web mapping applications, spatial data analysis, map design, GIS software (ArcGIS and QGIS), R and Adobe products (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Premiere Pro). 

Jennifer Latessa is a PhD student in Regional Development Planning from the College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning?.  She fulfilled her GIS certificate requirements in 2016.  Full of passion for GIS and helping others with their spatial research, currently, her main job is to help patrons gather data, do spatial analysis (e.g. network analysis, spatial join) and design maps (e.g. projections). Additionally, she develops workshops according to the UC community's needs in learning GIS techniques, such as Introduction to QGIS.