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Description: Here's a common thought: "I want to use R in my research, but online courses and tutorials take too long to teach me what I need to know." I get that, so my goal for this 3-hour workshop is to teach folks enough R to be dangerous: They can use R in their research *that same day*. To do this, we have to skip standard introductions to "base R" and replace them with user-friendly tools from the tidyverse (www.tidyverse.org). By the end of 3 hours, folks will know how to use RStudio (e.g., what are all these panels?); make beautiful plots (some reminiscent of O'Keeffe, https://xkcd.com/1967/); wrangle data (e.g., cleaning); describe data (e.g., I just want the Ms and SDs!), and model data (e.g., regression and some of its friends). They'll also leave with resources to learn more on their own.

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R Programming for Psychology Research Nick Michalak Presented at SIPS 2019 University of Michigan, Department of Psychology email. nickmm@umich.edu twitter. @nmmichalak Important SIPS 2019 Links Workshop Landing Page Workshop Slack Channel Prerequisites Ideally, attendees will have wiped R and R Studio from their computers and re-installed R and R Studio before the session starts (see P...

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