[R] Care to share an R presentation?
jfox at mcmaster.ca
Thu Mar 18 12:55:35 CET 2010
There are links to materials from two R courses that I taught fairly recent
on my home page at <http://socserv.mcmaster.ca/jfox/>, and I always keep
links to course materials there.
Senator William McMaster
Professor of Social Statistics
Department of Sociology
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
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> The R movement is picking up steam in the center of America. People
> that ignored my R-enthusiasm 10 years ago are now calling me up asking
> for presentations. I need to make a 2 hour presentation to a
> collection of faculty and grad students who might like to use R. I
> don't want to make it seem too complicated (as I often do), but I
> don't want to mislead them to think it will be easy.
> I expect other r-help readers have been in this same situation. I
> have a recollection (5, 6 years ago) that one of the R leaders had a
> slideshow for this exact purpose. But I can't find it now. There is a
> R-help similar request and both John Fox and Deepayan Sarkar offered
> links to their materials. However, the links aren't valid anymore.
> If I don't find a pre-existing example to work from, I'll slap
> together a Beamer/Sweave presentation and post it where future speech
> givers can get it.
> Paul E. Johnson
> Professor, Political Science
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