R Workshop for GB NERR/CREC Staff
Welcome! Please use this form to sign up for the R workshop on Feb 12-13, from 8a-5pm at the Grand Bay NERR.

Auriel Fournier and Kim Cressman will be your instructors

We will cover the following topics

Data Manipulation and Management in R
Graphing in R (using the ggplot package)
How to build custom functions and write for loops
How to use help files/understand R error messages

We'll send this in an email as well, but here are the software requirements

Before the workshop please install the newest version of R available for your operating system
https://cran.r-project.org/

Kim and I will be using RStudio to interact with R, we have found it to be very beginner friendly and we use it in our daily R workflows. Please install the newest version of RStudio for your operating system
https://www.rstudio.com/products/rstudio/download/#download

Then open up RStudio, and copy the code from this website, into the console and run it
https://github.com/aurielfournier/GERS2018/blob/master/packages_to_install_ahead_of_time.R

If you have questions about software/running that code, and you are at Grand Bay, please contact Kim (kimberly.cressman@dmr.ms.gov). If you are at CREC, please contact Auriel (aurielfournier@gmail.com)


If you have any questions email Margo Posten (margo.posten@dmr.ms.gov).


The Workshop is now FULL.
You can sign up and be put on the waitlist, and as spots open up you will be informed.
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What is your previous experience with R (if any, none is required to take this workshop) *
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Do you use R as apart of your job/school/etc right now? If so, how often?
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How do you hope to use R after this workshop?
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We will be providing lunch both days, are there any dietary restrictions we should be aware of?
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