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Applied Statistical Analysis with R

Psychological & Brain Sciences 4175 - Spring 2021

This course is designed to introduce R as both a means of applied statistical analysis as well as a window into data organization and programming. The goal of the course is to teach the tools needed to take a raw dataset and not only perform a statistical test in R, but also to learn how to arrange the dataset to perform a variety of tests, to choose the appropriate test, and to visualize the results. Students will gain practical knowledge of how to use statistics in research. PREREQ: Psych 300, or Math 2200 or 3200, or other approved University statistics course; OR graduate standing in Psychology, OR graduate standing in another department by permission.
Course Attributes: AS NSM

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Applied Statistical Analysis with R
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