Please join us for the August 2016 installment of our monthly meetup series!
This month's meetup will be hosted at Ann Arbor SPARK (http://t.sidekickopen56.com/e1t/c/5/f18dQhb0S7lC8dDMPbW2n0x6l2B9nMJN7t5XZsRzH2vVQZ8S05vMrV0W5w6vTF56dDDKf3jqC1v02?t=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.annarborusa.org%2F&si=5891482089684992&pi=d94d5cab-b02d-4786-f511-0c114fb83a1c), who will also be providing pizza for the group.
Co-organizers Andrew Moore and Clayton Yochum will each be giving tutorial style talks. Andrew's talk is titled "Package dependencies in R: why you should be using Packrat". Clayton's talk is titled "Unusual uses for RMarkdown: Beyond the Knit button".
R users of all levels are encouraged to come! Both talks will be accessible to beginners, but will also likely expose intermediate/advanced users to new tools and tricks.
Clayton Yochum is a Data Analyst/Engineer at Methods Consultants in Ypsilanti and the University of Michigan School of Social Work's Child and Adolescent DataLab. He has a background in mathematics and business intelligence.
Andrew Moore is a Data Analyst in the School of Social Work at the University of Michigan, working with the Child & Adolescent Data Lab. Andrew has a BA in Psychology from University of Michigan and previously worked as a research technician at both UM's Institute for Social Research and in UM's psychology department.
Join us at HopCat after the talks for the usual food and drinks!!