I co-taught a workshop (with Daniel Weitzel) about how to use R. The workshop was geared towards people who have seen R before, but aren’t comfortable using it. We walked through the basic workflow: importing data, data manipulation, data merging, creating tables, and visualization.
In case others are interested, I’ve put the materials on github.
I recently ran a review session for a graduate level statistics course. This isn’t meant to be a comprehensive guide to everything we covered, but I figured that maybe someone would find it useful. It goes through maximum likelihood estimation and method of moments estimation. It also gives some examples for each of those. I also wrote up a bit about statistical significance and power. If you’re interested, you can find the pdf here