Graphical Exploratory Data Analysis for Archaeologists using R
Workshop: ARF Special & Workshops | May 2 | 12-3 p.m. | 101 2251 College (Archaeological Research Facility)
Alan Farahani, Ancient History & Mediterranean Archaeology, UC Berkeley
This workshop focuses on creating graphs, charts, and illustrations using R for archaeological applications and interpretation. R is a powerful and free statistical package supported by an active development community. Archaeological data sets are often large and contain a mixture of continuous and categorical data. In this workshop, we will utilize several R libraries to use exploratory, and some inferential, methods of reducing this complexity and identifying potential trends. Participants are encouraged to bring data-sets with which they are working on currently and wish to explore graphically.
Free for ARF-affiliated researchers and students, $25 for other students, and $50 for non-affiliated community members. Make reservations by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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