Select one of the class project options described below. Working by yourself or with a group, write an R Markdown report that answers the questions described in each project.
Be sure to follow the guidelines described in class for each report: DataAnalysisReportHowTo.pdf
Key idea: Structure your Markdown report as a miniature scientific paper, where the Results section contains "code chunks" showing how you did the analysis. Make sure that anyone reading your report can reproduce it, using the same files you used.
What to turn in:
- A knitted HTML report describing your analysis.
- The original .Rmd file with code that produced the knitted HTML file above.
- A zip file with any data files used for the analysis, or a publicly accessible link to data files used.
To get full credit, the code should be reproducible. This means: Dr. Loraine and the TA should be able to run your code after a minimum of set-up.
If you work with a group, select one "point person" person to turn in the .Rmd and knitted Markdown file. The Markdown should also include:
- The names of everyone in the group (in the Author section)
- An Acknowledgments section near the end of the report listing each person's contribution.
Each person should upload something to Canvas. (You need to do this before Canvas will let us give you points for an assignment.)
The "point person" should upload the report. Everyone else should upload a text or Word document file listing their group and the name of the "point person".
Everyone in a group will receive the same grade.