The biostats books, apps, and tutorials are written to give you enough skills to write a thesis.
The books emphasis reproducible research.
Learn how to import, manipulate and visualise data with our working in R book.
After an introduction to R, this book has a tidyverse flavour, showing how to manipulate data with
dplyr and make publishable plots with
It includes lots of exercises to hone your skills.
Learn how to write reproducible documents (anything from a course assignment to a thesis or manuscript) in quarto: no more copy-paste nightmares. Quarto is the successor to R markdown (our earlier R markdown book is here). All the biostats books were written in R markdown or quarto; you can see the source code in our repo on GitHub.
Learn how to use version control with our step-by-step guide to setting up and using git and GitHub in RStudio.
We have developed interactive
learnr tutorials for
- naming objects
- dates and times
- string manipulation
and shiny apps to explore some statistical concepts.
These can be installed from biostats apps and
learnr tutorials with
# install remotes if you don't have it already # install.packages("remotes") remotes::install_github("biostats-r/biostats.tutorials")
- Dr Aud Halbritter
- Dr Josh Lynn
- Dr Emily G. Simmonds
- Dr Jonathan Soule
- Dr Richard J. Telford
This is BioCeed product.