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As per the discussion after the talk, here is the link for the Concerto project (an R-backed content management system for online testing that hopefully can be adapted to general data analysis use): http://www.psychometrics.cam.ac.uk/page/338/concerto-testing-platform.htm. Here is a link to one of their examples: http://concerto.e-psychometrics.com/demo/?tid=1116
0 · April 29, 2013
0 · April 28, 2013
very good introduction. i have never used it but Danielle made it look easy to try
1 · April 27, 2013
Aaron and I will be there, but we will be late because we are coming straight from the airport. We'll try to sneak in quietly for the end of the presentation.
The building door seems to be locked. If you have trouble getting in, please call my cell. (312)[masked]
0 · April 27, 2013
Hey Mishaw do you know the room and the building? Thanks
I read carefully.....BSB[masked] :)
If it helps, it's the building that's round on one end.
I'll find it :) thanks
We may have to pay to park at UTSA. The parking garage is $1.75 per hour.
Sorry I can't make it after all.
0 · April 26, 2013
I'm pretty exited about this group, but I won't be able to attend this next meetup. At Geekdom, we're having 3DS, and our team will be participating. Double-edged sword to the max. Will there be any postings on presentations, or group email lists for discussions?
0 · April 25, 2013
I am really looking forward to this presentation.
0 · April 15, 2013
0 · April 14, 2013
I'm pretty flexible in how I can present it, since I'm still working on my presentation. I'll cater to the group on the format. I'm a beginner with ggplot2, though, so it's definitely a beginner presentation.
0 · April 11, 2013
Is this going to be a hands on tutorial where we work along with the presenter or get scripts from the presenter or is it a more formal presentation?
Dani is most awesome! YAY Dani!
Great timing. This is the only weekend I could come and ggplot2 is great.
1 · April 11, 2013
I planned it that way! We hate missing you at our meetings! :)
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