UF R Social Sciences Interest Group (RSSIG)

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Events

What’s RSSIG?

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 variousĀ  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

For more information contact Raffaele Vacca at the UF Department of Sociology and Criminology & Law.