During the spring of 2014 I TA’ed the core statistics class for the Annenberg School for Communication Doctoral Program. This was the first year that the class has been taught in R, so the course has been completely re-written. I’ve translated the scripts into HTML through the amazing Knitr package so feel free to browse them below. A file containing the raw .R files can be found here or on GitHub.
- Class One- Setup and Intro
- Class Two- Welcome to R
- Class Three- Data Management and Cleaning
- Classes Four and Five- Z and T Tests
- Class Six- Basic ANOVA
- Class Seven- Factorial ANOVA
- Class Eight and Nine- Chi Squared and Correlation
- Class Ten- Regression
- Class Eleven- Factor Analysis
In addition to these basic scripts I worked with Alex Leavitt to create a one day workshop on social network analysis using Gephi and R/statnet. The workshop covers loading data, basic network metrics and more advanced techniques such as exponential random graph analysis (ERGM).