Here I collect a few answers I have given to requests for some hints for the assignments:
First, when you create a new table that you want to use later, you need to save the output of you operations in a new data object:
newtable <- oldtable %>% some_operation() %>% another_operation() Second, to create new variables in a data table you have to use the operation
mutate(newvariable1 = some_function(oldvar1), newvariable2 = other_function(oldvar2)) to add to the existing table or you have to use
Laptops and other electronic communication devices are discouraged from use during class sessions for some of my courses.
For the reasons see:
Hembrooke, H. and Gay, G., 2003. The laptop and the lecture: The effects of multitasking in learning environments. Journal of computing in higher education, 15(1), pp.46-64. Yamamoto, K., 2007. Banning laptops in the classroom: Is it worth the hassles?. Journal of Legal Education, 57(4), pp.477-520. Fried, C.B., 2008.
At Touro College Berlin you have the opportunity to enroll in a number of different economics courses in addition to your regular management (or psychology) courses. In the German management degree program you can choose the focus area Managerial Economics, in the US management degree program you can even earn a Minor in Economics. There are several good reasons why you may want to add more economics and thus a more quantitative focus to your studies, see e.
I do not use slides any more for my lectures. These old slides may, however, be helpful as a reference complementing the textbook.
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