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Integrating teaching and research in undergraduate biology laboratory education.

Short read with some concrete suggestions for integrating teaching and research.

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Descriptive Statistics

  

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Chapter 3: Describing data

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Data visualization (Part 2)

  

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R Base Graphics: An Idiot's Guide

Last year, I presented an informal course on the basics of R Graphics University of Turku. In this blog post, I am providing some of the slides and the full code from that practical, which shows how to build different plot types using the basic (i.e. pre-installed) graphics in R

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Data Visualization

  

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What is statistics?

  

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What is data? Why you should care about design?

  

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simpleR - Using R for Introductory Statistics

These notes are an introduction to using the statistical software package R for an introductory statistics course. They are meant to accompany an introductory statistics book such as Kitchens “Exploring Statistics”. The goals are not to show all the features of R, or to replace a standard textbook, but rather to be used with a textbook to illustrate the features of R that can be learned in a one-semester, introductory statistics course.

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Resources for The Analysis of Biological Data

READ ME FIRST:  This collection provides additional resources to support classes teaching from The Analysis of Biological Data by Michael Whitlock and Dolph Schluter, broken down by chapter.  Each chapter post has at least three buttons:  Datasets, which links to the datasets for that chapter; R Code, which links to the R code for that chapter; and R Pubs, which links to a different version of the R code page that contains additional code output and results.

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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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