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Introduction to LaTeX
Wednesday, August 15  |  1:10 – 3:00 PM  |  Life Sciences 1425

In this workshop, beginner users will explore the LaTeX document preparation system, practice hands-on how to produce a basic LaTeX document, learn to format text, and insert images and tables. Please bring your laptop, and create a free account on https://www.sharelatex.com in advance.


Introduction to Statistical Inference
Monday, August 20  |  10:10 AM – 12:00 PM  |  Life Sciences 1425

This workshop introduces the basic foundations for utilizing inferential statistics. Explore hypothesis testing, critical values and probability to gain a better understanding of the assumptions underlying statistical testing.

How to Use UCR LaTeX Dissertation Template?
Monday, September 10  |  1:10  – 3:00 PM  |  Life Sciences 1425

Move your manuscript to the next level with LaTeXIn this workshop you will practice using templates, insert a bibliography to your document, and learn advanced commands for figures and mathematical formulas. The major focus of this workshop will be on UCR LaTeX dissertation/thesis template. Please bring your laptop, and create a free account on https://v2.overleaf.com in advance.


Introduction to R
Wednesday, September 12 |  12:10 – 2:00 PM  |  Life Sciences 1425

This workshop introduces the basis of data analysis and programming in the R language. Ideal for those new to R, learn the core properties of the R programming language through step-by-step exercises and examples. Bring a computer to follow along during the workshop!
The R code for this workshop is available here.

MATLAB Training and Competition 
Thursday, September 20 |  1:00 – 4:00 PM  |  Orbach Science Library G73

Want to learn MATLAB and win prizes? Join us for a self-paced MATLAB training session in the presence of experts and compete with fellow students to win prizes. Bring your laptops! Visit http://gradquant.ucr.edu/matlab-training for more information.