The PublishMyData programme from Swirrl

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What is SWIRL Lessons are a conversation between the user and swirl. consists of questions that ask the user to enter actual R code at the prompt, text output, multiple choice, and text-based questions, as well as (most crucially). Based on answer tests created by the instructor, responses are assessed for accuracy. Why do we employ swirl? Students work directly in the R console, simulating a genuine workplace. allows for fast code review and feedback. enables remote score logging so I may monitor progress 1 Installing the SWIRL package This can be completed just once. assemble swirl.  install.packages is necessary ("swirl") 2. Set up the training On my GitHub page, there are lessons for FES720. (Github is a social coding platform for exchanging code) This just needs to be done once (for now, until we find errors, etc) 3. Begin a swirl   Every time you start R, wish to continue an existing lesson, or want to begin a new lesson, you will need to follow this procedure. 4. Select Library > Name (swirl) Greetings from swirl! You must sign in. Use the same name you used when you last visited if you have. If you're new, give yourself a distinctive name. What do I call you, please? Your name, please. Please use: as I will need to be able to recognise you. Enter your Yale ID, firstname, lastname. If you stop lessons in the midst, you can resume them using this name. 5. Pick a subject   To exit the swirl, input 0 or select a course. 1: fes720 Basic 2: Take me to the swirl course repository! Selection: The lessonsin the "fes720 Basic" course will be covered. 6. Pick a lesson. To return to the course menu, type 0 after selecting a lesson. 1: The Foundational Elements 2: Select the initial lesson: Elementary Building Blocks 7. Take the advice! Trying to load the dependencies for the lesson... Base64enc package was loaded successfully. We will examine some of the fundamental R programming language building components in this course. When prompted with "...," press "Enter" to continue. You can see on the screen how much of the lesson you have completed (0%). 8. Finishing the course. To submit your lesson, you must have an internet connection. The final question will ask you whether you want to send me your responses so I can check that you've finished the class. You should type the answer number, which is typically "1." This will open a Google form on a new web page. Click "submit" after scrolling down. In order for me to confirm that you finished the lesson, this will send an encrypted response to the Google form. Link ;   By facilitating more informed decisions, Swirrl's PublishMyData software platform assists government organisations in making their data more accessible and reusable. Link Settings      

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October 1, 2022



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