Here, you can find tutorials on various aspects of statistics and R. The tutorials are meant to be supershort and accessible. If you like them, consider my two or threeday workshop on mixed models that goes into much more depth.
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Statistics Tutorials


Linear Models and Mixed Models with R
This is a decidedly conceptual introduction to the linear model framework and linear mixed effects models in R. It is intended to be very basic. tutorial 1 pdf tutorial 2 pdf dataset for tutorial 2
Please cite as:
Winter, B. (2013). Linear models and linear mixed effects models in R with linguistic applications. arXiv:1308.5499. [http://arxiv.org/pdf/1308.5499.pdf]

Understanding the F distribution and the principle behind ANOVAs
Fvalues, the Fdistribution, sum of squares ... these are concept you struggle with? Maybe this tutorial helps! pdf version

Doodling with R


Why not get more experience with R programming structures while at the same time having fun? That is the aim of this "doodling with R" section.

Solving the Monty Hall Problem with Simulations: A supersimple intro to loops and if statements in R
This is a fun tutorial to playfully introduce you to loops and if statements in R. pdf version

A simple Markov model in R
Here's another R programming exercise, this time on Markov models. pdf version






