Introduction to R Workshop
The purpose of this workshop, 'Fundamentals of R', is to present an overview of the R programming language and its fundamental elements to an audience with minimal coding experience. Users will create objects, modify them, and learn how to extract descriptive information from them. The workshop is intended to provide the foundation that will be needed to take and understand future workshops hosted by the Computational Biology Core, including the DESeq and single-cell data analysis workshops, which are all conducted in R. Upon completing this notebook, users will be in a position to understand the more advanced concepts presented in those sessions.
Workshop Topic Overview
In this workshop you’ll learn: - Basics of R (objects, variables, data classes, vectors)
How to use and write R functions
How to import and export your data
How to install and load R and Bioconductor packages
Go to ccv.jupyter.brown.edu and login with your Brown GMail login.
Once you're connected, you'll see the JupyterHub homepage:
Click the 'git clone' button and paste in the URL of the git repository, which is
https://github.com/compbiocore/r-workshop-1.gitthen click the
Open the folder called
Open up the file called
RWorkshop_JW.ipynbto launch the notebook.
Other workshops and tutorials
Links to other workshops (Documentation and GitHub)
- Visualization in R with tidyverse
- Introduction to Bioconductor
- Bioconductor for RNA-seq
- Introduction to Linux Tutorial
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Original Time and Location
Time: 9:00AM - 12:00PM
Location: CIT SWIG Boardroom (Room 241) 115 Waterman Street, Providence, RI 02912
Bring: Laptop with wireless capabilities and plug.