On 1/20 from 12pm-1pm in Vollum 126, I led a workshop on using R to produce data graphics that we can manipulate and interactive with.
(Screenshot of a shiny app developed with Logan Soich and available here.)
On 1/19 from 3pm-4pm in ETC 211, Dean Young and I led a workshop on getting started with the shiny package in R.
On 1/19 from 11am-12pm in Vollum 110, I led a workshop on a new way to create a reproducible senior thesis. I’ve put together a template for senior theses using RMarkdown. RMarkdown allows for the use of simple text editing commands and also interfaces with LaTeX without all of the overhead of actually typing a LaTeX document. I’ll demo the template and also show how to easily add your data analysis and output into your thesis using R. Continue reading
Join me in ETC 205 this afternoon from 1-2pm for a workshop on maps and mapping, working with some publicly-available local data via Metro/RLIS.
Below are some datasets for locally-relevant mapping. Take a look through the data and choose datasets that interest you. Click on the link and choose “download” (under Shapefile) to access the file. Continue reading
The slides are available here. You’ll have a chance during the workshop to try some problems and work more with using R Markdown to produce reproducible reports. In addition, I will be giving a sneak preview of an R Markdown template for use on Senior Theses projects.
Cartoon created by Sidney Harris (The New Yorker).
From 4:00 – 5:00 PM on Wednesday, September 30, 2015, I’ll be leading a workshop in ETC 211. The title of the workshop is “Data Visualization using R.” All are welcome!