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Paideia R Workshop: Interactive Data Visualization
On 1/20 from 12pm1pm in Vollum 126, I led a workshop on using R to produce data graphics that we can manipulate and interactive with.
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Paideia R Workshop: Shiny Interactive Data Analysis
(Screenshot of a shiny app developed with Logan Soich and available here.) On 1/19 from 3pm4pm in ETC 211, Dean Young and I led a workshop on getting started with the shiny package in R.
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Paideia R Workshop: The Brand New RMarkdown Senior Thesis Template!
On 1/19 from 11am12pm 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 … finish reading Paideia R Workshop: The Brand New RMarkdown Senior Thesis Template!
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Workshop: Reproducible Research
From 4:00 – 5:00 PM on Wednesday, October 14, 2015, I’ll be leading a workshop in ETC 211. The title of the workshop is “Reproducible Research.” All are welcome! The slides are available here. You’ll have a chance during the workshop to … finish reading Workshop: Reproducible Research
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Workshop: Data Visualization using R
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!
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Workshop: Data Analysis with R
From 4:00 – 5:00 PM on Wednesday, September 23, 2015, I’ll be leading a workshop in ETC 211. The title of the workshop is “Data Analysis with R.” All are welcome!