These workshops are free and open to all researchers at Harvard University and affiliated institutions.
- Hands-on workshops on bioinformatics methods & related skills
- Once a month for 3 hours
- Free and open to everyone at Harvard University and its affiliates
- Will meet online via Zoom
- Sign up at the links below to receive the workshop Zoom link
|Introduction to R practical||06/30/2021 at 1pm||Completed||Completion of Introduction to R online resource or beginner R|
|Publication Perfect: Part I||07/28/2021 at 1pm||Completed||Completion of Introduction to R online resource or beginner R|
|Publication Perfect: Part II||09/08/2021 at 1pm||Sign up!||Publication Perfect: Part I|
Introduction to R practical
This workshop will address questions regarding the content covered in the Introduction to R online resource and will provide practical exercises to practice your newly developed R skills.
Publication Perfect Series
In this workshop, we will introduce ggplot2 syntax to create custom plots, and we will explore how to determine the type of plots most appropriate for your data. We will explore how to ensure consistency between figures using custom theme and color selections, with an emphasis on colorblind-friendly palettes from the RColorBrewer and viridis packages.
This workshop will build on what was covered in Publication Perfect: Part I to examine methods for enhancing our plots with functions from the ggpubr and cowplot packages, especially regarding layout and labeling of figures. Finally, we will conclude with an activity to use what we have learned to reproduce a published figure