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- Next RSSIG workshop series: October 2019 (registration details TBA)
- October-December 2018: Workshop series, “Introduction to R for the Social Sciences“
- October-December 2017: Workshop series, “Introduction to R for the Social Sciences“
- Fall 2017: UF R weekly meetups
RSSIG is an interest group for University of Florida social scientists who use or are learning how to use the R programming language for statistical analysis. RSSIG mainly works through a Canvas website to which any UF student or faculty can register.
Based in the UF Department of Sociology and Criminology & Law, the group gathers faculty and graduate students from various social science departments, including Anthropology, Political Science, Economics, Psychology, Linguistics, and Geography.
We aim to facilitate and coordinate R learning for UF social scientists through workshops, courses, and similar events on campus; to distribute information about R learning resources and facilities at UF and beyond; to discuss R resources for social scientists (functions, packages, tutorials, websites, books, etc.); and to foster interaction among UF colleagues who are learning and using R.
Related links and resources
- R-gators: Activity hub for R programming at the University of Florida
- UF Informatics Institute
- Florida Society of Social Sciences (F3S)
- UF Data Science and Informatics
- INSNA Sunbelt workshop on ego-network analysis with R
For more information contact Raffaele Vacca at the UF Department of Sociology and Criminology & Law.