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Using R: Statistical Analysis

Course Summary As a powerful open-source tool for statistical analysis, R has been increasingly utilised in higher education, scientific research and practice. The purpose of this course is to introduce how to use a set of R packages for statistical analysis, including both visualization and mathematical methods. By the end of the course, you w...

23.08.16 | Training

Introduction to R

Course Summary  As a powerful open-source tool for statistical analysis, R has been increasingly utilised in higher education, scientific research and practice. The purpose of this course is to introduce basic knowledge of R, such as how to load data into R and how to visualise data using different visualisation methods. By the end of the cours...

22.08.16 | Training

Accessing the UBDC's Data Service

Course Summary  The UBDC has been established to meet the needs of a wide range of users who wish to conduct research on urban issues using big data. We offer a number of services, including access to open, licenced and controlled data, and a data sourcing and procurement service. Most are provided free of any charge. In this short course part...

15.08.16 | Training

Introduction to QGIS

Course Summary GIS software is widely used by a variety of communities in geospatial data analysis. Commercial GIS software, such as ESRI ArcGIS, MapInfo and ENVI are only accessible to users with a payment of a license. Actually, as the most popular open source GIS software, QGIS can replace ESRI ArcGIS in the majority of GIS functions. In thi...

10.08.16 | Training

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