Talk 1: Functional programming with purrr
Speaker: Daniel Chu (Ph.D. student in Health Behavior Research)
purrr (three r's) is a powerful functional programming toolkit to produce more concise and "safer" code. It includes functions to manipulate lists, to map functions across vectors (similar to the base R apply functions but "safer") and vice versa, and to modify functions (via higher-order functions). These tools are helpful for all types of R users and can save a lot of time in creating as well as running a workflow.
Speaker: Alan Dipert (Software engineer on the Shiny team at RStudio)
2001 N. Soto St.
Los Angeles, CA 90032
Invite yourself to our Slack group: http://bit.ly/laerug
Ask us any questions by email: [masked]
Find our previous talks on GitHub: https://github.com/laeRusers/presentations
Follow us on Twitter: @laeRusers
Check out more events: https://laocr.org/