Education

Intel Powered Foundation Course in Machine Learning

by intel-unnati

2024-02-14

A Course Companion Website. […] Step into a realm of innovation with the Intel Unnati Certificate Programme, an avant-garde initiative meticulously crafted to delve into the intricacies of advanced machine learning. This course is not just an educational endeavor; it’s a gateway to a world where theoretical understanding seamlessly converges with hands-on practical application, providing you with a distinctive edge in an ever-evolving tech landscape. In a rapidly changing technological landscape, the Intel Unnati Certificate Programme is your ticket to mastering the latest advancements in … Read more →

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Responsible applied statistics in R for behavioral and health data

by Anshul Kumar

2024-02-01

This textbook accompanies the course HE-902 in the PhD in HPEd program at MGHIHP (http://mghihp.edu/phdhped). HE-902 is a statistics course that equips students to analyze healthcare or behavioral data in R. […] Welcome to HE-902 at MGH Institute of Health Professions! Please watch the following welcome video: This video can be viewed externally at https://youtu.be/o_DVZ8GplGY. Please additionally read the following items: This textbook accompanies the course HE-902—Advanced Statistical Modeling for Health Professions Education—in the PhD in HPEd program at MGH Institute of Health … Read more →

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Inferential Reasoning in Data Analysis

by Ben Prytherch

2024-01-29

Ben Prytherch People who analyze data are usually interested in something other than the data they analyze. A financial analyst might use patterns and anomalies in market data to create an investment strategy for the upcoming year. A physician might reference data from a randomized controlled trial when deciding what drug to prescribe to a patient. A basketball coach might plan player rotations after looking at data collected from their next opponent’s recent matches. Members of a local board of education might look at data from state standardized tests to decide whether to approve a proposed … Read more →

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Evaluating What Works

by Dorothy V M Bishop and Paul A Thompson

2023-12-09
Evaluating What Works

Introduction to methods for evaluating effectiveness of non-medical interventions […] Those who work in allied health professions and education aim to make people’s lives better. Often, however, it is hard to know how effective we have been: would change have occurred if we hadn’t intervened? Is it possible we are doing more harm than good? To answer these questions and develop a body of knowledge about what works, we need to evaluate interventions. As we shall see, demonstrating that an intervention has an impact is much harder than it appears at first sight. There are all kinds of issues … Read more →

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Fantastic Genes and Where to Find Them

by Maria Gallegos, Cal State University East Bay

2023-11-15

Fantastic Genes and Where to Find Them […] First, I would like to acknowledge the Genome Education Partnership (GEP) for inspiration. They created a resource for learning about Eukaryotic gene structure using the UCSC Genome Browser (Laakso et al. 2017). Their focus is on the Drosophila genome. My focus is on humans. This manual has been written for a undergraduate course entitled Principle of Genetic analysis (BIOL 310) at Cal State University, East Bay but can be used by anyone wanting to learn more about gene structure and function. My hope is that skills learned within these pages and … Read more →

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Multi-level Modeling: Nested and Longitudinal data

by Marc Scott

2023-10-11
Multi-level Modeling: Nested and Longitudinal data

This is a minimal example of using the bookdown package to write a book. set in the _output.yml file. The HTML output format for this example is bookdown::gitbook, [...] This is a course on models for multilevel nested data. These data arise in nested designs, which are quite common to education and applied social, behavioral and policy science. Traditional methods, such as OLS regression, are not appropriate in this setting, as they fail to model the complex correlational structure that is induced by these designs. Proper inference requires that we include aspects of the design in the ... Read more →

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Quick Introduction to R/RStudio - online notes

by Jessica Kraker

2023-09-07

This is a set of minimal introductory notes, developed by Dr. Jessica Kraker for use at UW - Eau Claire and in community education. Original notes were devised for the UWEC DS 140 course. […] Contact: Please contact Jessica Kraker at krakerjj@uwec.edu with questions or … Read more →

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Fantastic Genes and Where to Find Them

by Maria Gallegos, Cal State University East Bay

2023-08-09

Fantastic Genes and Where to Find Them […] First, I would like to acknowledge the Genome Education Partnership (GEP) for inspiration. They created a resource for learning about Eukaryotic gene structure using the UCSC Genome Browser (Laakso et al. 2017). Their focus is on the Drosophila genome. My focus is on humans. This manual has been written for a undergraduate course entitled Principle of Genetic analysis (BIOL 310) at Cal State University, East Bay but can be used by anyone wanting to learn more about gene structure and function. My hope is that skills learned within these pages and … Read more →

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Introductory predictive analytics and machine learning in education and healthcare

by Anshul Kumar

2023-08-07

This textbook accompanies the course HE-930 in the PhD in HPEd program at MGH Institute of Health Professions. This book introduces students to basic predictive analytics and machine learning, with examples and applications related to education and healthcare. […] This textbook accompanies the course HE-930—Statistics/Predictive Analytics for Health Professions Education—in the PhD in HPEd program at MGH Institute of Health Professions. HE-930 is a data analytics course that introduces students to basic predictive analytics (PA) and machine learning (ML), with examples and applications … Read more →

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Quantitative Methods Using R

by Subash Parajuli

2023-05-03
Quantitative Methods Using R

This book covers practical worked out examples which you can easily apply to your data set and also includes a discussion on how the example is working. We will cover descriptive and basic inferential statistics, including graphs, frequency distributions, central tendency, dispersion, probability, hypothesis testing, tests of mean differences, correlation, simple regression, and chi-square tests. This book is designed to facilitate graduate students of Educational Psychology to develop their knowledge and understanding of various statistical concepts and procedures in R programming as a … Read more →

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Recoding Introduction to Mediation, Moderation, and Conditional Process Analysis

by A Solomon Kurz

2023-01-25

This ebook is an effort to connect Hayes’s conditional process analysis work with the Bayesian paradigm. Herein I refit his models with my favorite R package for Bayesian regression, Bürkner’s brms, and use the tidyverse for data manipulation and plotting. […] Andrew Hayes’s (2018) text, Introduction to mediation, moderation, and conditional process analysis: A regression-based approach, has become a staple in social science graduate education. Hayes’s work has been from a frequentist OLS perspective. This book is an effort to connect his work with the Bayesian paradigm. Herein I refit his … Read more →

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Introduction to International Relations

by Yuleng Zeng

2023-01-19

This is an undergraduate-level seminar on international relations. I started teaching this course at the University of Salzburg in 2022. The intention of maintaining this website is to facilitate my teaching and to keep track of the resources. Feel free to use this website for education purposes. If you see any errors or have suggestions, please do let me know (contact me). The syllabus of this class can be downloaded here: IntroIR. Please right click on the link and download or open it in a new tab. I will post the slides of each week … Read more →

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US Foreign Policy

by Yuleng Zeng

2023-01-19

This is a graduate-level seminar on US foreign policy. I started teaching this course at the University of Salzburg in 2020. The intention of maintaining this website is to facilitate my teaching and to keep track of the resources. Feel free to use this website for education purposes. If you see any errors or have suggestions, please do let me know. The syllabus of this class can be downloaded here: US foreign policy. Please right click on the link and download or open it in a new tab. Here you can find the slides for each … Read more →

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Education among Children of the Migrant Workers

by Dr. Josephine Anthony

2022-11-15

Dr. Josephine Anthony Every child has a right to have access to school and help themselves develop into better human beings and contribute to the society. The Govt. of India of India came up with the Right to Compulsory and Free Education Act in the year 2010, which ensures that children in the age group 6-14 years have universal access to free and compulsory education. However even after the Act was put into force, there were many challenges, which were being faced. The issue was not just about the primary school but from the starting point itself there is a huge challenge. The children who … Read more →

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The Representation of Muslims in Higher Education

by Danyal Khan, MRN Research Officer

2022-10-11

The Representation of Muslims in Higher Education […] There were approximately 255,000 Muslims studying at UK universities in the academic year 2020/21 across all levels of higher education, accounting for 9.8% of the total student population. The proportion and number of Muslims in higher education is growing across all levels and domiciles from 2017-2021. The representation of British Muslims amongst UK domiciled students is lower at higher levels of education, across all subject areas. Business and Management is the most over-represented subject amongst Muslims, whilst Design and … Read more →

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Making Sense of Data with R

by Yi Shang

2022-09-01

This is the companion book of the course ED 101 Making Sense of Data offered in the Department of Education at John Carroll University. […] Step 1: Log in to your JCU (google) email account Step 2: Click here or type the short URL: https://colab.to/r to open a new R notebook in Colab. To check if this is really an R notebook (instead of python), click on the “Runtime” tab, then click on “change runtime type.” And you should see this: Now hit “Cancel” and go back to the notebook. Try typing a line of code in the cell, such as: To run this line of code, either hit the play button: Or … Read more →

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Interstate Conflict

by Yuleng Zeng

2022-06-29

This is a graduate-level seminar on interstate conflict. I started teaching this course at the University of Salzburg in 2022. The intention of maintaining this website is to facilitate my teaching and to keep track of the resources. Feel free to use this website for education purposes. If you see any errors or have suggestions, please do let me know (contact me). The syllabus of this class can be downloaded here: Conflict. Please right click on the link and download or open it in a new … Read more →

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The Data Files

by Peter K. Dunn and Margaret Marshman

2022-05-03

Supporting information for The Data Files. […] These web pages are designed to help teachers with teaching statistics in schools. These pages are based on a series of short articles (called The Data Files) published in the Australian Mathematics Education Journal, by Dr Peter K. Dunn and Dr Margaret … Read more →

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Biostatistics for Clinical Research

by Sean Collins

2022-04-02

This is an open educational resource (OER) book for Biostatistics for Clinical Research: Theory & Applications in R using the bookdown package in RStudio. The output format for this example is bookdown::gitbook. […] This version has been written in Scrivener, exported as plain text as a single index.Rmd file and then used to build the book. If this worked, then it’s an entirely new workflow for writing and self publishing books that takes advantage of the organizing and writing features of Scrivener, and the computational analysis and publishing features of R, Rmarkdown and Bookdown. At … Read more →

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Economic Statecraft

by Yuleng Zeng

2022-02-01

This is a graduate-level seminar on economic statecraft. I started teaching this course at the University of Salzburg in 2020. The intention of maintaining this website is to facilitate my teaching and to keep track of the resources I use. Feel free to use this website for education purposes. If you see any errors or have suggestions, please do let me know. The syllabus of this class can be downloaded here: EconomicStatecraft. Please right click on the link and download or open it in a new … Read more →

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Chinese Foreign Policy

by Yuleng Zeng

2022-02-01

This is a graduate-level seminar on Chinese foreign policy. I started teaching this course at the University of Salzburg in 2021. The intention of maintaining this website is to facilitate my teaching and to keep track of the resources. Feel free to use this website for education purposes. If you see any errors or have suggestions, please do let me know. The syllabus of this class can be downloaded here: CFP. Please right click on the link and download or open it in a new … Read more →

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Understanding the Whole Child: Prenatal Development through Adolescence

by Jennifer Paris, Antoinette Ricardo, & Dawn Rymond

2021-07-22

This developmental psychology textbook is about physical, cognitive, and social development during childhood and adolescence. Bookdown adaptation by C. Nathalie Yuen. […] An Open Educational Resources Publication by College of the Canyons Authored and compiled by Jennifer Paris, Antoinette Ricardo, & Dawn Rymond Editor: Alexa Johnson Cover Image: Photo by Rene Bernal on Unsplash Bookdown adaptation: C. Nathalie Yuen This is a derivative of Version 1.2 This textbook is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License. July 22, 2021 2019 - Version … Read more →

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Data Visualization Workshop

by Taia Wu

2021-07-09

Data Visualization Workshop […] “The greatest value of a picture is when it forces us to notice what we never expected to see.” — John W. Tukey This bookdown was created for a 2-hour minicourse on data visualization for students in the 2021 UCSF Science and Health Education Partnership Highschool Internship Program (SEP HIP). Interns – welcome! You can use this website and all of its resources during and after the workshop. Anyone else – welcome, also! Feel free to use what you find here for educational purposes. If you do, please cite this book and/or include the URL where you use these … Read more →

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Novel Approaches and Analytics

by Bodong Chen

2021-06-22
Novel Approaches and Analytics

This is a course handbook written by Bodong Chen for his SNA course at UMN. […] This site is built for a course titled CI 8371 - Applied Social Network Analysis in Education, taught by Prof. Bodong Chen at the University of Minnesota. Content on this site will be actively built and refined throughout the Spring 2021 semester. While the course is titled Social Network Analysis in Education, this course is not limited to social networks or to education. We will broadly examine social, information, and artificial networks in a variety of learning contexts including schools, workplace, and … Read more →

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Data Visualization with PowerBI

by Mohamed Kassem

2021-04-27

This course is intended for educational puposes & preparing Data analysts for Exam DA-100: Analyzing Data with Microsoft Power BI : Creating reports […] This course is intended for educational purposes & preparing Data analysts for Exam DA-100: Analyzing Data with Microsoft Power BI : Creating reports All the needed resources to follow along can be found here https://github.com/Mkassem16/NycTaxiPBI. Creating basic PowerBI reports knowledge is prerequisite for this course. By the end of this course Data Analysts should be able to: + Customize Report pages. + Decide for appropriate … Read more →

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Using R for Educational Research

by Jerry Bean, College of Education and Human Ecology, The Ohio State University

2021-04-08

This is an example of using the bookdown package to write a book […] Our goal for this document is to illustrate the importance of good data analysis practices and how R and companion packages support these practices. We think the R system has many benefits for educational research. R has become the flagship computing environment for many areas of science and has great appeal because it is free and open-access. In addition, free tools like RStudio and R Markdown promote a replication commitment and open science philosophy important to our work. One particular strength of R is that it … Read more →

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Exploring the Arctic through Data

by sarah_erickson_m

2021-02-24

Exploring the Arctic through Data […] This is a compilation of datasets from the Arctic Data Center. Each contain data files ready for download and reuse. In this Bookdown, you’ll find additional background information about the dataset gathered from lab pages, associated journal articles, and related blog posts. They are meant to provide context and direction, but feel free to use the data as it suits your educational needs. Please share how you or your students ended up using these datasets. We hope to see these be materials collaborative and evolving. Email info@arcticdata.io to add to … Read more →

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Review and Homework for Programming for Educational Research

by Chaeeun Song

2020-10-28

This is a minimal example of using the bookdown package to write a book. The output format for this example is bookdown::gitbook. […] 이것은 2020학년도 2학기 교육용 프로그래밍의 이해 수업을 들으며 작성한 필기 노트와 과제 모음입니다. R markdown is a file format that can be converted into many different documents such as HTML, PDF, Microsoft Word, and other dynamic documents. That is, it’s a nice example of one source multi … Read more →

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CI 5371: Learning Analytics

by Bodong Chen

2020-10-20

This is a course manual of Bodong Chen’s learning analytics course. […] This is the course website of CI 5371 - Learning Analytics: Theory and Practice offered in Fall ’20 at the University of Minnesota. This course is fully online. All content published on this website is open to the public. Instructor: Bodong Chen, Associate Professor in Learning Technologies and Huebner Endowed Chair in Education & … Read more →

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A Minimal Book Example

by William Guardado

2020-10-16

This is a minimal example of using the bookdown package to write a book. The output format for this example is bookdown::gitbook. […] The objective of the present study was to assess traits present in women whom have either depression or an eating disorder, along with a control sample, in a sample of women from different demographic and educational backgrounds. Several measures were taken from 516 Women aged 18 or above. Questionnaires for screening eating disorders and Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scale, perfectionism and self esteem scores were performed on participants. The underlying … Read more →

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교육용 프로그래밍의 이해

by Boyoung Kim(202AIE06)

2020-09-26

This is first homework for knowledge of programming for education. The output format for this document is bookdown::gitbook. […] Using the mpg dataset in the ggplot2 packages. replicate the plot below using the following settings … Read more →

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Causal Inference in Education

by Anthony Schmidt

2020-07-28

Causal Inference in Education […] It is an R-based book of data analysis exercises related to the following three causal inference … Read more →

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Strengthening the Reporting of Observational Studies in Epidemiology STROBE (STROBE) Educational Expansion

by Melissa K Sharp

2020-05-10

This site is a public, open-source repository for epidemiological research methods and reporting skills for observational studies. We aim to be as inclusive as possible but this site is based on the Strengthening the Reporting of Observational studies in Epidemiology Statement. […] The purpose of this site is to create a public, open-source repository for epidemiological research methods and reporting skills for observational studies. Epidemiology, the study of diseases and population health, is a broad field with ever-changing methods and often heated debates about proper designs, … Read more →

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Recoding Introduction to Mediation, Moderation, and Conditional Process Analysis

by A Solomon Kurz

2019-12-21

This project is an effort to connect his Hayes’s conditional process analysis work with the Bayesian paradigm. Herein I refit his models with my favorite R package for Bayesian regression, Bürkner’s brms, and use the tidyverse for data manipulation and plotting. […] Andrew Hayes’s Introduction to Mediation, Moderation, and Conditional Process Analysis text, the second edition of which just came out, has become a staple in social science graduate education. Both editions of his text have been from a frequentist OLS perspective. This project is an effort to connect his work with the Bayesian … Read more →

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Data Science in Educational Research

by Joshua M. Rosenberg

2017-07-30

This is an introduction and tutorial for data science in educational research. … Read more →

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Data Science in Education Using R

by Ryan A. Estrellado, Emily A. Bovee, Jesse Mostipak, Joshua M. Rosenberg, and Isabella C. Velásquez

2024-02-14*
Data Science in Education Using R

Bookdown for ‘Data Science in Education Using R’ by Emily A. Bovee, Ryan A. Estrellado, Jesse Mostipak, Joshua M. Rosenberg, and Isabella C. Velásquez to be published by Routledge in 2020 […] 📘 Notice! This is the website for the second edition of Data Science in Education Using R. For the first edition, visit datascienceineducation-1ed.netlify.app/ Welcome to Data Science in Education Using R! Inspired by {bookdown}, this book is open source. Its contents are reproducible and publicly accessible for people worldwide. The online version of the book is hosted at datascienceineducation.com. … Read more →

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