Submitted 25 April 2016 by Giovanna Vidoli
The Forensic Anthropology Center at the University of TN is offering a 4 to 5 day short course on introducing the language of R, data munging (manipulation), data visualization, commonly used analyses (discriminant function analysis, linear regression, logistic regression, principal components analysis). We will show how to use these analyses to test new data as well. For an additional cost of $75, an optional session is available on Friday, July 22, for 10 participants on a first come, first serve basis. You can bring your own data set and conduct your own statistical analyses and the Instructors will be there to interpret code and offer advice.
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