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CIDR Workshop: Introduction to R

Tues Apr 28, 2020 2-4pm
This introductory workshop is geared towards those who would like to get started with R or need to brush up on their skills. You will learn how to use R, RStudio, how to create objects in R, how to work with different data types, how to read tabular data into R and how to subset tables.
Prerequisites: None.
Please come with R and RStudio installed:

NCES Blog: Learning to Use the Data: Online Dataset Training Modules

UPDATED December 2018: New and Updated Modules Added

NCES provides a wealth of data online for users to access. However, the breadth and depth of the data can be overwhelming to first time users, and, sometimes, even for more experienced users. In order to help our users learn how to access, navigate, and use NCES datasets, we’ve developed a series of online training modules.

NVivo: Explore and Visualize Your Data - Using NVivo to Tell the Story

Meet NVivo: Explore and Visualize Your Data - Using NVivo to Tell the Story
If a picture is worth a thousand words, imagine how visualizing your data could enrich your research experience, creating yet another perspective from which to view your data.

Join this exciting webinar so you can see how to explore the NVivo query, chart and modeling capabilities so you can discover visuals; create models to visualize your data; generate charts; and utilize cluster analysis to explore word and coding similarities.

Meet NVivo: Accelerating Your Literature Review Using NVivo: Mac & Windows

Meet NVivo: Accelerating Your Literature Review Using NVivo
Find out how NVivo (Mac & Windows) supports you in writing robust literature reviews.  With NVivo, you can import journal articles, tag (code) sources for major themes in the literature and share data with popular reference management software. This session will share importing your articles, organizing notes for easy retrieval, tagging or coding your materials to identify key concepts and creating visuals to see connections in your literature.
January 30--Windows, Noon-1:00 PM


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