|講 題||An introduction to R and the tidyverse|
|講 者||Clemens Schmid（PhD candidate, Max Planck Institute）|
|演講簡介||R is an interpreted programming language with a particular focus on data manipulation and analysis. It is very well established for scientific computing and supported by an active community developing and maintaining a huge ecosystem of software packages for both general and highly derived applications. Archaeologists all around the world use it for their research.|
In this workshop we will explore how to use R for a standard data science workflow: Importing, cleaning, and visualising data. On the way we will learn about the RStudio integrated development environment, dip into the basic logic and syntax of R and finally write some first useful code within the tidyverse framework for readable and reproducible data analysis.
This short introduction does not require previous experience with R or programming and will kickstart your journey to master this powerful tool. If you want to follow along live, then please install R (https://cran.rstudio.com) and RStudio (https://posit.co/download/rstudio-desktop) on your computer, as well as the tidyverse package in R (https://www.tidyverse.org).
Members of the university community and interested friends are welcome to attend. No registration is needed.