Exploring Data in JMP
Course Date: 3/1/2022
Who This Course Is For
Are you a researcher who has recently collected data? Do you need help learning to code in R to analyze data for research purposes? If so, Basics of R in the SAIG Short Course Series is the right course to get you started! R is a free statistical software used for data analysis in a variety of fields.
Duration: 2 hours
Course Dates: 3/1/2022
Venue: Virtual & Torg 3310
Required Software: R & R Studio (free)
Cost: Free to VT Participating Colleges and Administrative Units
Pre-requisites: No previous coding experience is required. Knowledge of basic descriptive statistics is assumed.
Prework includes downloading course materials, R, and R Studio.
By the end of this course you will be able to:
- Import a dataset to JMP
- Change variable types in JMP
- Know how to get descriptive statistics like mean, median and variance
- Plot histogram, boxplot, stem-and-leaf plot, normal quantile plot of a variable
- Create various graphs with Graph Builder
- Construct scatterplot and correlation matrices
This is a hands-on, interactive course where you will submit pre-written code followed by exercises where you write your own code based on examples. You will leave with code that you can apply to your datasets.