Below is the pre-conference webinar conducted by John Van Sickle on April 21, 2015. It is a basic introduction on using the R software.
May 1 and May 2, 2014
This training was co-located with the National Water Quality Monitoring Council’s (NWQMC) Conference in Cincinnati, Ohio, April 28-May 2.
The R training was a one day, interactive session held on May 1 or May 2, 2014 and focused on the analysis of NARS data using the R computing language.
• Data preparation: building a state-level dataset
• How to compute population estimates of the ecological condition of aquatic systems at the state or regional scale
• Extent estimate and estimating relative and attributable risks
April 29-30, 2015
U.S. EPA Region 8 Office
1595 Wynkoop Street
This hands-on training taught participants how to use R to manipulate data, generate population estimates (e.g., Good, Fair, Poor), and produce bar graphs and CDF plots using the 2007 lakes data set. Click here to see the agenda.