Is the room capped at 30 is that why the limit to the meetup? If interest lies in an area I know a bit about I'd be willing to present something in the future - I've used R daily for the past 6 years and have a few packages I'm working on.
0 · April 9
By the way, John Henderson is going to talk about geo-spatial plotting and I'm going to walk through a side project I did on simulating roulette (http://beechplane.wordpress.com...), sounds like Robert Smith may also have a topic or two! (see his comment here).
If memory serves, 30 people in this meeting room may make it a bit cozy tight. And if you can't make it be sure to change the status here, because we've got a waiting list, thanks!
0 · April 10
John + Jay: Thanks for getting the group revived! I'm relatively new to R and looking forward to learning from my fellow RUGers.
Here's a little visualization I did last week that used a lot of R/ggplot2: http://www.rodrigozamith.com/20.... Probably of greater interest to the group is how I put it together: http://www.rodrigozamith.com/20....
It's not very elegant (or efficient), so I'm very open to feedback from the group. I'd also be happy to talk about/present it if you guys are running short on that.
0 · March 27