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CodeCasts: Introduction to Programming in Pascal: Pointers 4.3
(Swinburne Commons, 2015)In this video, Andrew and Reuben walk you through Pointers, and how they can be used in your programs.

CodeCasts: Introduction to Programming in Pascal: Procedures with Parameters 2.2
(Swinburne Commons, 2015)In this video, Andrew and Cliff demonstrate how to pass data between procedures within your programs using parameters.

CodeCasts: Introduction to Programming in Pascal: Programs and Procedures 1.4
(Swinburne Commons, 2015)In this video, Andrew and Cliff demonstrate the importance of procedures and how to implement them within your programs.

CodeCasts: Introduction to Programming in Pascal: Programs and Sequence 1.3
(Swinburne Commons, 2015)In this video, Andrew and Reuben demonstrate how code is executed by a computer in sequence.

CodeCasts: Introduction to Programming in Pascal: Records 4.1
(Swinburne Commons, 2015)In this video, Andrew and Jake have a look at creating our own basic data structures in our programs, known as records or structs. These allow you to create custom, meaningful data types in your code.

CodeCasts: Introduction to Programming in Pascal: Series Introduction 0.1
(Swinburne Commons, 2015)This short video introduces you to the Swinburne CodeCasts series. Meet the people behind the series and a quick overview of the video formats and styles.

CodeCasts: Introduction to Programming in Pascal: Understanding Syntax Rules 1.2
(Swinburne Commons, 2015)In this video, Andrew and Reuben demonstrate how to use syntax railroad diagrams from the Programming Arcana in order to construct a syntactically correct program.

CodeCasts: Introduction to Programming in Pascal: Variables 2.1
(Swinburne Commons, 2015)In this video, Andrew and Jake demonstrate how to use variables within your program to store data.

CodeCasts: Introduction to Programming in Pascal: Windows Install 0.4
(Swinburne Commons, 2015)In this video, Andrew demonstrates how to setup all of the required tools needed to complete the course work for Introduction to Programming on a machine running Windows.

Conducting TTests in R
(Swinburne Commons, 2015)This video demonstrates how to conduct onesample, twosample, and paired ttests in the R statistical software.

Contemporary Sociological Theories and Theorists: Week 12.1
(Swinburne Commons, 2012)The twelfth video module of this introductory sociology course is split into three parts. The first covers the ways sociology uses to explain and understand the historical, intellectual influences that shape meanings in ...

Contemporary Sociological Theories and Theorists: Week 12.2
(Swinburne Commons, 2012)The twelfth video module of this introductory sociology course is split into three parts. The second covers the ways sociology uses to explain and understand the historical, intellectual influences that shape meanings in ...

Contemporary Sociological Theories and Theorists: Week 12.3
(Swinburne Commons, 2012)The twelfth video module of this introductory sociology course is split into three parts. The third covers the ways sociology uses to explain and understand the historical, intellectual influences that shape meanings in ...

Culture and Socialisation: Week 3
(Swinburne Commons, 2012)The third video module of this introductory sociology course covers how families, institutions and subcultures shape our identity. The video is approximately 50 minutes in length.

Data Frames and Lists in R
(Swinburne Commons, 2015)This video is a demonstration of the Data Frame and List structures in the R statistical software programme.

Descriptive Statistics in R: Using R for Statistical Analysis
(Swinburne Commons, 2015)Learn the basics of how to find the descriptive statistics of a data set using the R statistical software.

Drawing Histograms and Saving Graphs in R
(Swinburne Commons, 2015)This video demonstrates how to draw histograms, and how to copy and save graphs in the R statistical software.

Education: Week 7
(Swinburne Commons, 2012)The seventh video module of this introductory sociology course covers how sociology sees the way in which the education system functions in society. The video is approximately 29 minutes in length.

Foundations of Statistics Week 10: Regression
(Swinburne Commons, 2012)This course is broken up into eleven weeks of study. Week ten covers regression. The video is approximately 25 minutes in length.

Foundations of Statistics Week 11: ChiSquare Test
(Swinburne Commons, 2012)This course is broken up into eleven weeks of study. The final week covers conducting a chisquare test. The video is approximately 20 minutes in length.