[R] Course***R/S-plus Fundamentals and Programming Techniques @ 4 locations, January 2005

sue@xlsolutions-corp.com sue at xlsolutions-corp.com
Wed Dec 22 19:08:46 CET 2004

Happy New Year!

XLSolutions Corporation (www.xlsolutions-corp.com) is proud to 
announce  2-day "R/S-plus Fundamentals and Programming 

****Chicago, IL ---------------------------- January 13th-14th, 2005
****San Francisco, CA ---------------------- January 13th-14th, 2005

****Washington, DC ------------------------- January 27th-28th, 2005
****Boston, MA   --------------------------- January 27th-28th, 2005

Reserve your seat now at the early bird rates! Payment due AFTER 
the class.

Course Description:

This two-day beginner to intermediate R/S-plus course focuses on a 
broad spectrum of topics, from reading raw data to a comparison of R 
and S. We will learn the essentials of data manipulation, graphical 
visualization and R/S-plus programming. We will explore statistical 
data analysis tools,including graphics with data sets. How to enhance 
your plots. We will perform basic statistics and fit linear regression
models. Participants are encouraged to bring data for interactive 

With the following outline:

- An Overview of R and S
- Data Manipulation and Graphics
- Using Lattice Graphics
- A Comparison of R and S-Plus
- How can R Complement SAS?
- Writing Functions
- Avoiding Loops
- Vectorization
- Statistical Modeling
- Project Management
- Techniques for Effective use of R and S
- Enhancing Plots
- Using High-level Plotting Functions
- Building and Distributing Packages (libraries)

Email us for group discounts.
Email Sue Turner: sue at xlsolutions-corp.com 
Phone: 206-686-1578
Visit us: www.xlsolutions-corp.com/training.htm 
Please let us know if you and your colleagues are interested in this 
classto take advantage of group discount. Register now to secure your 
seat! Interested in R/Splus Advanced course? email us.

Elvis Miller, PhD
Manager Training.
XLSolutions Corporation
206 686 1578
elvis at xlsolutions-corp.com

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