This ran across me on Facebook, thought some folks here might be interested:
I don’t know anything about this group, but if you’re looking for some experience with R, this might be up your alley. Unfortunately it overlaps with our writing group slot.
Crow Workshop Series: Workshop 04 - Quantitative Language Data Analysis and Visualization in R
When? April 17, 2021, 9am to 11am (Arizona Time/MST)
When is this in your time zone: http://bit.ly/when-is-crow-04
How to register: http://bit.ly/crow-workshop-04
The CROW Workshop Series is designed to offer free professional development opportunities to teacher-scholars. These hands-on workshops will be held on Zoom, making them accessible to people across the globe.
In this workshop, we will work with the Variable that data from Tagliamonte’s book “Variationist Sociolinguistics” (2012). We will visualize frequency of that complementizer omission across speaker groups, and run both linear and logistic regression. Concepts such as correlation, interaction, and contrasts will be addressed.
Presenter: Adriana Picoral, PhD
What to do to prepare for the workshop?
- Download and install the latest R version from https://cran.r-project.org
- Download and install the latest RStudio from https://rstudio.com/products/rstudio/download/#download
- How to register: http://bitly/crow-workshop-04 ; We welcome to this workshop corpus linguists that are not yet familiar with R but interested in expanding their coding skills