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  • IS: A Quick Introduction to Unix

    This course is designed as a beginners guide to the Unix and Linux operating systems which have long been popular in academic contexts. Because of its inbuilt strengths in network computing, multi-threading, multi-user computing, Unix forms one of the back bone technologies of the World Wide Web and Linux is becoming increasingly popular as an operating system on desktop computers. The course covers the most basic and frequently used Unix / Linux commands and introduces important concepts in security and managing your computing environment.
    There are no future events for this course listed.
  • IS: Advanced statistics with Excel 2016

    This course is aimed at competent Excel users who are already familiar with basic functions and would like to use Excel for more sophisticated statistical analysis. It aims to introduce you to more built-in Excel statistical functions; the functions in the analysis tool pak and to consolidate your skill in building complex formulae by hand. The course covers major descriptive measures, some parametric tests, chi-square testing of association and regression. We encourage participants to bring their own laptops if possible.
    There are no future events for this course listed.
  • IS: An Introduction to R with RStudio

    This course is designed to help you to use R and R-studio to import, manipulate, describe and analyse categorical and continuous data and to produce plots and tables to support analysis. Participants will also be introduced to literate programming in R as a method supporting reproducible research.
    There are no future events for this course listed.
  • IS: Charting with Excel 2013

    This session is for those familiar with Excel who would like to start to use it to create charts.
    There are no future events for this course listed.
  • IS: Data Manipulation in R with Rstudio

    Data manipulation is the process of cleaning, organising and preparing data in a way that makes it suitable for analysis. Most real-world datasets require some form of manipulation to facilitate the downstream analysis and this process is often repeated a number of times during the data analysis cycle. In this workshop you will learn how to apply a consistent grammar of data manipulation to raw data and prepare it for analysis. It is recommended that you bring your own laptop with the latest version of R and RStudio installed.
    There are no future events for this course listed.
  • IS: Data Visualization in R with ggplot2

    This course introduces you to data visualization in R using the ggplot2 package. The ggplot2 package implements the grammar of graphics concepts for creating visually appealing and professional looking graphics in R. Basic knowledge of working with datasets in R is essential but experience with plotting functions is not required.
    There are no future events for this course listed.
  • IS: Further UNIX

    This course introduces techniques in manipulating data files with UNIX
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  • IS: Getting started with SPSS

    SPSS is a well established statistical and data analysis package available on various computer systems within UCL. SPSS has a wide range of facilities for data manipulation and offers many procedures for statistical analysis. This course provides an introduction for new users of SPSS
    There are no future events for this course listed.
  • IS: Getting started with STATA

    This is a first look at Stata for absolute beginners and covers basics of data management, descriptive statistics, basic plots and some hypothesis testing.
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  • IS: Indigo Silva

    This is a follow-up course for those who wish to add to their basic Silva editing skills. You will learn about good practice for accessibility and search engine optimisation and how to get Google Analytics to analyse your site. It covers how to adapt the template, add tables and images and how to link to publications in RPS and/or IRIS. We will also introduce you to a number of the external sources/widgets /apps in Silva and provide you with practice on how to improve an existing site.
    Eligibility: This course is open to staff and postgraduates. There is no charge for events for this course and no charge for late cancellation or 'no shows' for any events.
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