3 Credits

LectureFall 2024
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Fall 2024 Instructors: Diane Wang

Basic programming, problem solving, data visualization and communication in the context of agriculture and natural science research using R. Topics include iteration, functions, vectors, strings, algorithms, graphics and reproducible reports in R. This course is appropriate for undergraduates with a curiosity in computing fundamentals and interest in working with research data, especially those potentially applying to graduate school. Also appropriate for graduate students, researchers or other professionals who desire an introduction to programming with R. NO programming experience is necessary. This is not a statistics course; having had introductory statistics and some background coursework in agricultural or other natural sciences is expected.

Course AGRY 42000 from Purdue University - West Lafayette.

Prerequisites: STAT 22500 or STAT 30100

Fall 2024 Schedule:

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