# Workshops

From time to time I teach workshops that introduce students of all ages and experience to using R for data acquisition, data cleaning, analysis, and visualization. The material developed for these workshops is available here.

## R for the Ohio Program Evaluators’ Group (OPEG)

This was an online workshop delivered to members of OPEG – the Ohio Program Evaluators’ Group. The focus was on the fundamentals of R & Rstudio, importing and cleaning data, frequencies and other descriptive statistics, and simple visualizations with *ggplot2*.

## Introduction to Basic Inferential Statistics, R, and the *survey* and *srvyr* packages

Two cohorts (2018 and 2019) of Egyptian Junior Fulbright scholars spent summers in Athens, working on both research and pedagogical skills. The goal of this three-day workshop was to provide an overview of basic inferential statistics before introducing R and RStudio, showing participants how to conduct basic data manipulation with the tidyverse, some data visualizations with ggplot2, and finally how to estimate some inferential statistics with the **survey** and **srvyr** packages.

## Introduction to R and the **Tidyverse**

These are materials from a workshop I taught in May of 2019. The goal was to introduce R and RStudio, basic data manipulation with the tidyverse, and then provide an overview of literate programming for report generation (automated plus manual).

## Introduction to python via jupyter notebooks

These are ipynb notebooks assembled to introduce python to newbies with none/some R experience. Each notebook also contains the links to the parent binder.

## Athens’ R User-group Sessions

These are materials from the gathering of the R User-Group in Athens. The goal was to introduce R and RStudio to folks who had none to some experience with R, and then to eventually make our way to more advanced code walk-throughs and demonstrations. Between work and then COVID-19 the group stopped gathering.