psyc7709Lab 0.0.0.9010

  • Beginning Semester 2
  • Created template vignettes for all labs

psyc7709Lab 0.0.0.9004

  • Added labs up to Linear Regression
  • beginning to restructure content into a web-book https://crumplab.github.io/rstatsforpsych/, current plan is to keep this website for the course, but link to the book, and continue to develop new labs on the other repo, or something like that

psyc7709Lab 0.0.0.9003

  • Added a code reference page with base R example code and tidyverse (dplyr and ggplot) examples
  • Added Lab 2

psyc7709Lab 0.0.0.9002

We had our first online meeting today (Thursday, Aug 27th), if you are a student reading this, Hi Everyone! I’m going to use the news part of this website to keep track of new course content, and do a bit of reflection on how things are going.

  • Our online class meeting time is 1.5 hours. I’m considering adopting a consistent structure for that meeting time:
    • Review, New, Do
    • 20-30 minutes of Review (let’s clarify R concepts from the previous week’s lab)
    • 30-40 minutes of New (we go over the lab for this week)
    • 20-30 minutes of Do (let’s work on the generalization problems)

psyc7709Lab 0.0.0.9001

  • added getting started page with info about downloading and installing all necessary software
  • added some introductory screencasts about using R, R markdown, and some basic programming
  • added Lab 1, and hope to have adopted a consistent lab structure
    1. A written document explaining lab content
    2. A “lecture” video of the lab
    3. A generalization assignment that students complete (usually an R Markdown document) and submit to github

psyc7709Lab 0.0.0.9000

  • Creating the course website as a pkgdown/vertical project