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Resources to learn and use the Open Source Statistical software R (R-Project)

If you do not know R yet, check out jamovi, a point-and-click statistical software that uses R.

- Univariate Statistics with R (Quant Psych)
- StatQuest with Josh Starmer "in R" - Various topics in R step-by-step

- TidyModels - Modeling compatible with the Tidyverse

- Statistics and machine learning (yuzaR Data Science)
- Multivariable Linear Regression in R (~20 minutes)

- Global Health & R Programing 101 - Greg Martin, Medicine / Public Health
- MarinStatsLectures & YouTube Channel - Mike Marin, Statistics / Public Health
- Videos created for graduate students at The University of British Columbia
- Uses R

- Statistics for Linguists: An Introduction Using R by Bodo WinterCall Number: Available ONLINE through MasonISBN: 9781315165547Publication Date: 2019-10-30A great introduction to R and the Tidyverse, then covers simple Regression through Mixed Models with considerations, examples, and interpretation, with a lengthy mid-book introduction to inferential statistics (including t-tests), See also this authors 2013 papers on Linear Regression and Mixed Models in R.

- afex – ANOVA (also mixed models with lme4)
- emmeans – Postestimation tests
- lme4 – Mixed Models
- lavaan – Structural Equation Modeling
- survival – Survival Models
- survey OR srvyr - Complex Samples

- gtsummary - create publication-ready analytical and summary tables
- pander, kable, and stargazer are older alternatives

- equatiomatic - create the equation for a fitted model in LaTeX

- Last Updated: Sep 23, 2024 2:59 PM
- URL: https://infoguides.gmu.edu/learn_r
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