Note: This version of the exercises are under a reorganization/rewrite process. The older but more complete version can be found found at http://www.let.rug.nl/coltekin/R.old/.
This is a hands-on tutorial on R, a powerful statistical analysis software. The tutorial is prepared for the course Seminar in Methodology and Statistics taught by John Nerbonne at the University of Groningen.
The aim of the exercises is to provide a hands-on tutorial on some statistical analysis procedures that are common in various branches of linguistics. This tutorial assumes that you are familiar with basic statistical concepts. However, no initial knowledge of R is assumed.
Any suggestions and/or corrections are welcome.
HTML version of this tutorial makes use of MathML. Too see the mathematical formulas correctly you should use a MathML capable browser. Recent versions of Firefox works out of the box, for other browsers you may need additional plugins. Alternatively, you can download and use the PDF version of the complete exercise set. PDF version is also useful if you prefer to have a printed version of the exercises.