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UBDC Training 2017: Introduction to R

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 loading data into R, performing basic statistical techniques and visualising data. By the end of the course, you will be able to...

13.10.17 | Training

UBDC Training 2017: Introduction to R (additional date)

The Urban Big Data Centre is running a further date of Introduction to R from our SASNet data skills training programme on Thursday 12th October 2017 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 kn...

12.10.17 | Training

UBDC Summer Training 2017: Measuring Segregation and Scale in R

The course will introduce the MLID package in R, which offers tools and functions for studying ethnic and social segregation with a multilevel index of dissimilarity. The advantage of the multilevel approach it is it allows a well-known and easily interpretable index to be extended to measure the two principal dimensions of segregation simultan...

06.09.17 | Training

UBDC Summer Training 2017: Introduction to Areal Data Modelling using R

Spatial data are an increasingly common form of data in many different applications. For modelling, there are three main forms of spatial data, point process, areal and geostatistical. This course focuses on areal data, which are characterised by the region of interest being partitioned into a set of non-overlapping areal units and the feature...

30.08.17 | Training

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