[NDMN - Gallaudet]

Topics are subject to change. While this is a rough sketch of the project topics, we may adjust the topics as the semester progresses.

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Project Release date Due date

Project 1: Getting acquainted with Jupyter Lab

August 22

September 19

Project 2: Introduction to R: part I

August 25

September 19

Project 3: Introduction to R: part II

September 8

September 16

Project 4: Control flow in R

September 15

September 23

Project 5: Review: part I

September 22

September 30

Project 6: Vectorized operations in R

September 29

October 7

Project 7: Tapply

October 6

October 21

Project 8: Review: part II

October 20

October 28

Project 9: Base R functions

October 27

November 4

Project 10: Functions in R: part I

November 3

November 11

Project 11: Functions in R: part II

November 10

November 18

Project 12: Lists & Sapply

November 17

December 2

Project 13: Review: part III

December 1

December 9

Projects are released on Thursdays, and are due 1 week and 1 day later on the following Friday, by 11:59pm. Late work is not accepted. We give partial credit for work you have completed — always submit the work you have completed before the due date. If you do not submit the work you were able to get done, we will not be able to give you credit for the work you were able to complete.

Always double check that the work that you submitted was uploaded properly. See here for more information.

Each week, we will announce in Piazza that a project is officially released. Some projects, or parts of projects may be released in advance of the official release date. Work on projects ahead of time at your own risk. These projects are subject to change until the official release announcement in Piazza.

Syllabus

See here.