The most awaited European R conference of this year is almost here! Luckily for us, it happens to be held in Budapest \o/.
Since more R-Ladies and allies will be in Hungary during these three days than ever before, we would like to make sure that members of our local R-Ladies and BURN chapter have a chance to meet all their peers from abroad.
NOTE: EVERYONE who accepts our code of conduct (https://github.com/rladies/starter-kit/wiki/Code-of-Conduct#english) is welcome with open arms, independently whether being identified as a woman.
The language of the presentations is English.
Schedule of the event
5:45 PM -- 6:30 PM -- Registration (pizza and drinks will be served)
6:30 PM -- 8:30 PM -- Presentations
8:30 PM -- Networking
Ellen Talbot (R-Ladies Manchester & R-Ladies Liverpool): "Packages for spatial analysis in R and using the Meetup API to find your next hobby"
Erin LeDell (R-Ladies San Francisco, R-Ladies Global): "Intro to H2O for Machine Learning in R"
Heather Turner (R Forwards): "Publishing and Promoting your R Package"
Isabella Gollini (R Forwards, R-Ladies Dublin): "Making R attractive for diverse learners"
Olga Mierzwa-Sulima (R-Ladies Warsaw): "Hard lessons from data science projects"
Omayma Said (WUZZUF): "Stringr Explorer: Tweet Driven Development for a Shiny App!"