Let's have a Shiny night! If you're not familiar with Shiny, check it out at http://shiny.rstudio.com - Shiny is a web application framework for R. Many people use Shiny to convey business/research/etc. findings to collaborators/bosses/etc. without needing the person to be able to code. Checkout https://shiny.rstudio.com/gallery to see some really cool examples.
We're going to have a brief tutorial for those that haven't used Shiny, as well as some Shiny use cases to see what you can do with Shiny in the real world.
• Winston Saunders (@winstononenergy (https://twitter.com/WinstonOnEnergy)) - intro to Shiny
• Jessica Minnier (@datapointier (https://twitter.com/datapointier)) - speaking on https://kcvi.shinyapps.io/START/
• Kinga Farkas - CUSUM Anomaly Detection App Using Shiny
• John Smith (@smithjd (http://twitter.com/smithjd)) - Rise and shine. Shiny as an everyday tool.
Enter on West side of building through metal gates. Gates may be open, but if closed a security guard will be present to let you in. Doors open at 615 pm. DO NOT SHOW UP BEFORE 615 PM. Talk starts at 6:30 pm. Repeat: DO NOT SHOW UP BEFORE 615 PM. We'll visit a local watering hole afterwards.
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Hashtag for PDX R meetups: #pdxrlang & the Twitter account to follow/tweet at is @pdxrlang
We also use http://pdxdata.slack.com/ for a back-channel during MeetUps and in between. Invite yourself here: http://pdxdata.org/slack/