Programming in R (Hands-on)

This tutorial is the third in a series of R tutorials. It introduces basic R programming, debugging and optimization techniques and develops practices of proper and efficient R coding. It covers the following topics:

  • if-else and switch statements
  • types of loops (for, while, repeat) and loop control statements (next,   break)
  • user functions and argument definitions
  • local and global variables
  • apply function family
  • sourcing, timing, compilation and debugging
  • code profiling and optimization

Prerequisite: We strongly recommend that you also register for the “Introduction to R” tutorial if you are new to the R environment.

If you try to sign up for this tutorial and find that it is full, please send email to scv-tutorial@bu.edu and we will do our best to accomodate you.

Katia Oleinik, IS&T Research Computing
Thursday, September 19, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Charles River Campus - MCS Information Services & Technology room B27 (111 Cummington Mall)