Introduction to R programming for life-scientists

July 7 2022. Register your place!

July 7, 2022

We are hosting 2 workshops to suit researchers based in the United States and Europe.

Register for 11am BST / 12pm CEST (Europe time zone)

Register for 12pm CT (US time zone)

R is widely used for analysis of biological data sets. However, R is complex and requires experience to use effectively. Using a real data set from his research, Dr Toryn Poolman from UCL will take us through some basic functions of R that will be useful to all life-scientists. 

 This workshop will cover:
- Statistical analysis of a real-life data set
- Creating a multi-panel figure
- Adding in stats to the figure
- Annotating graphs using R markdown

Can’t make the time? The recording will be sent to all registrants.