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LVLT workshop on using RBrul (Lynn Clark)

Date: 16 December 2010 Time: 9.30 - 11.30am

Venue: County South C89 (Meeting Room 7)

As part of the LVLT research group, Lynn Clark is running a workshop about using RBrul. Rbrul (Johnson 2009) runs on the R environment and allows the user to model variable data using logistic regression (including random effects and continuous predictors) with minimal previous knowledge of R, a command-based open-source statistical software. Using real language data, this workshop will take the user through an analysis of variation with Rbrul. By the end of the workshop, participants will be familiar with Rbrul and be able to employ it with their own variable data.

Click here to download a copy of the handout for the workshop

Click here to access the department store data (ds)

Click here to access the t-to-r data (t-to-r_archive_archiveliv_rbrulworkshop)

Please bring your laptop to the workshop

You must have pre-registered for this workshop by getting in touch with Lynn Clark to confirm your place.


Who can attend: Internal


Further information

Associated staff: Lynn Clark (Linguistics and English Language)

Associated projects: Phonological levelling, diffusion & divergence in Liverpool and its hinterland

Organising departments and research centres: Language Variation and Linguistic Theory (LVLT), Linguistics and English Language