Enough R to write a thesis is our new section dedicated to teaching you how to use R and Rstudio for everything from your first steps in the bachelor grade to the final comments of your MSc/PhD thesis. Whether you know absolutely nothing about R or have already some competence with it, you will find all you need to manage your data, make plots, write reproducible documents, share and collaborate with others, etc.
Enough R to write a thesis is presented as a collection of digital books, with corresponding apps and tutorials.
Learn how to import, manipulate and visualize data with our working in R book. After an introduction to R, this book has a tidyverse flavour, showing how to manipulate data with
dplyr and make publishable plots with
ggplot2. It includes lots of exercises to hone your skills.
Learn how to use version control with our step-by-step guide to setting up and using Git and GitHub in RStudio.
Learn how to write reproducible documents (anything from a course assignment to a thesis or manuscript) in quarto: no more copy-paste nightmares. Quarto is the successor to R markdown (our earlier R markdown book is here).
Resources for specific biology courses
This project driven by bioCEED will help you get a better grip on data management and statistics in the context of biological studies. Our aim is to provide you with useful tutorials, videos and other materials adapted to all study levels from bachelor to doctorate.
bioST@TS is a living website, growing day by day. Some pages are clearly "under construction". New pages and sections are constantly added, contents get updated when needed.
Have a great time on our platform.