What we're about

PhillyR is a R user group for Philadelphia area aimed at sharing knowledge and experience among users of the R statistical programming environment. Join us for discussions, tech talk presentation, and panel discussions about R!

PhillyR Meetup Rules
1) Do not create job recruiting posts for any of the individual event pages or PhillyR Meetup Discussion forum. Unsolicited job postings are removed, and the user will be banned. If you are interested in advertising within PhillyR network, please contact the organizers and sponsor a meetup.

2) You are free to attend an event and advertise a job in person before the main event. You can also attend an event and advertise yourself as a job seeker.

Upcoming events (1)

R at the Children's Hospital: Improving Clinican/Analyst Collaboration

Towne Building - University of Pennsylvania

Instructions to get to the event 1. To enter the building, please use west side entrances. entrances facing 33rd St. and Walnut St. are not open to the public. 2. Please go to 3rd floor using the stairs in Towne or the elevator in Levine Hall. Levine Hall is connected to Towne internally *In case you are lost please contact Leon via Meetup Message, Slack --- Topics Reproducibility, R Markdown, Analytics, Tidyverse, RStudio, R Learning Guest speaker Stephan Kadauke, MD, PhD is an Assistant Professor who works at CHOP where he serves as the Assistant Director of the Cell and Gene Therapy Lab. He is also a part of the new CHOP Division of Pathology Informatics where he is promoting physician informatics education. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Agenda: Wed, Feb 27, 2018 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Networking 6:30 PM - 7:15 PM Presentation 7:15 PM - 9:00 PM Q&A and optional office hours (Please bring your laptop for R coding related questions) ---------------------------------------------------------------- Location: Towne Building, Room[masked] S. 33rd Street Philadelphia PA, 19104 Sponsors: For[masked] season, PhillyR is a part of R User Support Program funded by R Consortium (https://www.r-consortium.org/). PhillyR and its members must follow R Consortium's R Community Code of Conduct (https://wiki.r-consortium.org/view/R_Consortium_and_the_R_Community_Code_of_Conduct). If you have questions or concerns regarding the PhillyR and RConsortium's Code of Coduct, please email [masked].

Past events (13)

Tensorflow & keras with R

WeWork 1010 N Hancock St

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