Use the running pace calculator to find your necessary pace and splits based on your expected running time and distance

Running pace calculator
Running pace calculator
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Introduction


Learn the structure of a hypothesis test by hand, illustrated by 4 easy steps using the critical value, p-value and confidence interval methods

Hypothesis test by hand
Hypothesis test by hand
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Descriptive versus inferential statistics


Learn how to track the performance of your blog or website in R by analyzing page views, sessions, users and engagement with the {googleAnayticsR} package

Track the performance of your blog or website in R based on Google Analytics data
Track the performance of your blog or website in R based on Google Analytics data
Photo by Arthur Osipyan on Unsplash

Introduction


Waiting period from diagnosis for mortgage insurance issued to cancer survivors
Waiting period from diagnosis for mortgage insurance issued to cancer survivors
Photo by Rey Seven


Learn how to perform an Analysis Of VAriance (ANOVA) in R to compare 3 groups or more. See also how to interpret the results and perform post-hoc tests

ANOVA in R
ANOVA in R
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Introduction


Learning by writing, getting feedback, contributing to the open source community and building professional relationships, among others

Why do I have a data science blog? 7 benefits of sharing your code
Why do I have a data science blog? 7 benefits of sharing your code
Photo by Patrick Fore


Learn how to create professional graphics and plots in R with the ggplot2 package

Graphics in R with ggplot2
Graphics in R with ggplot2
Photo by Isaac Smith

Introduction


A R Shiny app to compute monthly loan or mortgage payments and to generate amortization tables

Photo by Tierra Mallorca

Introduction


Learn how to detect outliers in R via descriptive statistics, the Hampel filter, the Grubbs, the Dixon and the Rosner tests for outliers

Outliers detection in R
Outliers detection in R
Photo by Will Myers

Introduction


Learn how to perform the non-parametric version of the Student’s t-test in R

Wilcoxon test in R: how to compare 2 groups under the non-normality assumption
Wilcoxon test in R: how to compare 2 groups under the non-normality assumption
Photo by Annie Spratt

Introduction

Antoine Soetewey

PhD student and teaching assistant in statistics at UCLouvain (Belgium). Interested in statistics and R, author of statsandr.com

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