[R] Live Online Training for High School Teachers and Students

Thierry Onkelinx th|erry@onke||nx @end|ng |rom |nbo@be
Thu Nov 4 14:50:59 CET 2021

Dear Tracy,

Maybe a workshop of Data Carpentry (https://datacarpentry.org/) might be

Best regards,

ir. Thierry Onkelinx
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Op do 4 nov. 2021 om 08:07 schreef Tracy Lenz <Tracy.L.Lenz using asu.edu>:

> Hi,
> I am looking for live training that can be conducted via Zoom or another
> online platform to assist high school teachers and students who are working
> with R. These teachers and students are using R at a very basic level.
> They've reviewed a variety of beginner-level texts and videos on R, but
> they continue to encounter issues that could be resolved in a session with
> someone who is more familiar with R. I'm not looking for a long-term
> solution such as a Code Academy course; rather, this session would be
> intended as a brief beginner's introduction to R as well as a Q&A for
> specific use cases and troubleshooting. I've searched online for such
> offerings but have not found anything. If anyone has any advice, I'd
> appreciate it. Thanks!
> Tracy Lenz
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