Using R for Graphics Programming: An Introduction Using a Point-and-Click Interface





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Published on Nov 28, 2012

Instructor: Ray Balise PhD, Stanford Health Research and Policy

This class introduces people, without a programming background, to the core graphical methods that ship with the R programming language and introduces a few additional free R packages which allow novices to produce high quality scientific graphics. This is both a lecture and hands on lab so students should ideally have a laptop.
After completing the class attendees will know how: How R functions work How to generate common univariate and multivariate graphics Pie charts Bar plots Dot charts Scatter plots Sunflower plots Jittered dot plots Stem and Leaf plots Histograms Boxplots Violin plots How to do analyses on subsets How to do multi-panel plots Commonly used Graphic Display Parameters Setting custom colors Exporting pretty graphics into PDFs and other graphics formats How to learn more

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