R workshop at #AAPA2016

The 85th annual meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, in Hottlanta this year, is only a few short weeks away. The preliminary program is up, and there’s really a lot to look forward to at this year’s conference. There’s a session dedicated to Homo naledi on Saturday morning (16 April), and I’ll be presenting on dental development in Homo naledi at the very end of the last session of the day. Leading up to the conference, I’ll be tweeting teasers as I put together my talk.

My colleague David Pappano and I are also organizing a workshop on using R in biological anthropology, which will take place on Friday 15 April from 9:30-11:30 am. The goal of the workshop isn’t to make you an expert in R by the end of the two short hours, but rather to introduce you to the basic functions and potential uses of the powerful, free statistical software. So if you’Re Ready to leaRn some R basics, come to Room A601 on FRiday moRning – it’s fRee and no RegistRation is RequiRed.

Hopefully we’ll see you in Atlanta in a few weeks!

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