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ECON 4730:R Programming for Economists

3 Credit Hours
Prerequisite: Business Majors: Admission to the Coles College of Business and ECON 3300 ; Non-Business Majors: 60 credit hours and (ECON 2300  or STAT 1401 ) and ECON 3300  and permission of department chair.
This course introduces R programming basics and related multivariate and econometric modeling methods for various business and economic data. Specific topics include basic features of R programming; data input and output; various graphic methods for data presentation; flow control and the use of functions; general principles for programming; simulation methods for econometric modeling; computational linear algebra; regression methods; numerical optimization; matrix algebra theory for multivariate data analysis; case studies in business and economics.



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