Program 2016

Introduction to R

Courses of this category are aimed at R beginners who have basic knowledge in statistics. They provide an introduction to the application of R in an understandable and practically oriented manner.
Introduction to R: February 18-19 and September 15-16

Special: Introduction to R for the Life Sciences - An R4All Course Series

Courses of this category are aimed at R beginners particularly from the life sciences. They provide an introduction to the application of R in an understandable and practically oriented manner and are specifically tailored to the needs and prerequisites of the life sciences.
R4All: An introduction to the basics of R: March 31 - April 1
R4All: Building on the basics of R: September 8-9

Statistical data analysis with R

Courses of this category are aimed at users who have basic knowledge in statistics and have used R before. They cover a general introduction as well as the practical application of particular statistical methods in R, e.g.:

  • mixed (hierarchical) models with R
  • structural equation models with R
  • machine learning methods with R

Generalised Additive Models: January 28-29
Introduction to Bayesian modelling with JAGS: April 28-29
Bayesian Statistics with R-INLA: May 12-13
Meta-Analysis: May 26-27
Graphical Models and Bayesian Networks with R: November 3-4

Programming with R

Courses of this category are aimed at advanced R users and provide special knowledge, ranging from basic programming commands to building your own R packages.
R programming: October 20-21

In-house courses

Many of our courses can also be offered in-house at your location. Moreover, we can help you find lecturers for R courses on other topics.
If you are interested please contact us at: zhRcourses@psychologie.uzh.ch