Simulation Studies in R
R is a unique statistical application that combines programming language and statistical packages almost perfectly. This course will show how to use R for a Monte Carlo simulation. The class covered all steps in a Monte Carlo simulation, including:
- Specifying design conditions.
- Generating data from a desired model.
- Analyzing data.
- Selecting target statistics from the results.
- Summarizing the statistics across design conditions for publication.
Furthermore, the class included debugging techniques, running R in high-performance computers, and communication with other statistical packages.
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Summer 2015 (R SIM; Graduate, TTU)
*I taught this class using HPC in Texas Tech University. Running in other HPCs could be slightly different.