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Try R Code School

A free online tutorial for learning basic R commands.  It runs through your browser and does not require you to install R.

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RExRepos: R Examples Repository

R code examples for a number of common data analysis tasks

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Learn to use R: Your hands-on guide

by Sharon Machlis
edited by Johanna Ambrosio

Computerworld

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The goal of the cookbook is to provide solutions to common tasks and problems in analyzing data.

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just checking things out.

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Introductions and overview of course

  

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Planet Money Podcast: #677 The Experiment Experiment

A few years back, a famous psychologist published a series of studies that found people could predict the future — not all the time, but more often than if they were guessing by chance alone.

The paper left psychologists with two options.

"Either we have to conclude that ESP is true," says Brian Nosek, a psychologist at the University of Virginia, "or we have to change our beliefs about the right ways to do science."

Nosek is going with Option B — and not just for psychology experiments. He thinks there's something wrong with the way we're doing science. And he launched a massive project to try to fix it.

Podcast  Paper  OSC

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Evidence grows for giant planet on fringes of Solar System

Gravitational signature hints at massive object that orbits the Sun every 20,000 years.

Alexandra Witze

News  Article  /r/science

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How Scientists Are Doing A Bait-And-Switch With Medical Data

Medical science is being undermined because researchers are changing the things they’re measuring after looking at the data, a campaign group has warned.

Tom Chivers

Article  COMPare

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Quick R

This is a great source for basic R functionality like importing and manipulating data.  It also has very helpful information on making graphs (see this page).  

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Get R (and RStudio)

Just getting started as an R user?  You can first try running R on QUBES Hub here, without installing anything.  Eventually, though you will want to install it on your own computer by downloading it here.  RStudio provides a friendlier interface for using R, and can be downloaded here.  Rstudio requires R to be installed, so start by downloading R.

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RStudio IDE Cheat Sheet

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R Markdown Reference Guide

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R Markdown Cheat Sheet

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by Tom Short, EPRI PEAC, tshort@epri-peac.com 2004-11-07

Granted to the public domain. See www.Rpad.org for the source and latest version. Includes material from R for Beginners by Emmanuel Paradis (with permission).

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R Cheat Sheet

By Nicolás E. Campione

Modified from: P. Dalgaard (2002). Introductory Statistics with R. Springer, New York. 

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From Susan

Here is the link to the report I referenced: http://www.uscrossier.org/pullias/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/nsf-monograph-1.12.15FINAL.pdf

Also, here are some of the Kezar pubs that are in press where people might find more information (besides the report above): 

  • Kezar, A. & Gehrke, S. (in press).  Lasting STEM reform: Sustaining non-organizationally located communities of practice focused on STEM reform.  Journal of higher education.
  • Kezar, A. Gehrke, S., &  Bernstein, S.  (in press).  Designing for success in STEM communities of practice:  Philosophy and personal interactions.  Review of higher education.  
  • Gehrke, S. & Kezar, A. (in press).  The benefits of STEM reform through communities of transformation. Change.

 

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GenomeSolver

Our primary goal is to create a community interested in the science and the teaching of the science of the Human Microbiome Project (HMP).  Funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the HMP project examines the diversity of microbes associated with humans.

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NIBLSE: Network for Integrating Bioinformatics into Life Sciences Education

The long-term goal of this project is to establish bioinformatics as an essential component of undergraduate life sciences curricula nationwide.

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Collaborative Workshop; Minneapolis, MN

Faculty from seven institutions, including two community colleges, two undergraduate colleges, a MS-granting university, and two PhD-granting universities will participate in a workshop to share and develop ideas regarding the use of genome annotation as a tool to involve undergraduate biology students in meaningful research.

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Animated Discussions: Biologists and Visual Artists Foster Learning through Animations

This RCN-UBE project will bring together animation teams to discuss multiple aspects of animation in biological education and to see if there is potential for a large-scale collaborative network.

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VABCN: Visual Analytics in Biology Curriculum Network

This project establishes the Visual Analytics in Biology Curriculum Network (VABCN)--an international network of multidisciplinary researchers, educators and students who are developing approaches for incorporating visual analytics into biology undergraduate education. Visual analytics is defined as the science of analytical reasoning facilitated by interactive visual interfaces.

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