R Workshop, Syracuse University Department of Psychology, Spring 2020
This workshop is designed as an introduction to the R statistical computing environment for practical data analysis, especially in psychology. I have been running workshops like this off and on since 2012. The recordings here stem from an eight-session workshop series I held in Spring 2020 with an audience composed mostly of Syracuse University graduate students. I have split the hour-long sessions into multiple videos each.
The videos linked on this page are designed to be viewed in order, so each video's page has a link to the next. They are also available in a Youtube playlist. I have provided some keywords in the titles in case you want to skip to a particular part.
When I administer workshops in person, I recommend bringing a laptop with R (r-project.org) installed to follow along. RStudio (rstudio.com) is optional but a lot of people like it, and I think it holds a special appeal for SPSS, SAS, and Stata users because of its graphical layout.
Sessions 1 through 4 are the basic introduction portion of the workshop, corresponding to the Introduction to R Workshop Summary resource on my stats page. There, you can find links to a PDF summary [pdf] and the example data and code files to walk through [zip].
In Sessions 5 through 7, I process and analyze a real dataset from one of my studies. You can download the data and code files here [zip].
Session 8 is a demonstration of a variety of plots, corresponding to the Introduction to R Workshop Plotting Demo resource on my stats page. There, you can find links to a PDF showcasing the demo plots [pdf] and the code file [text].
List of Videos
Sessions 6 through 8 are not yet online. I will post them as soon as I can.