R-Ladies Baltimore (Bmore) is the local Baltimore chapter for the larger R-Ladies global organization (rladies.org) to promote gender diversity in the R community.
We will have an event on Wednesday January 29, 2020 from 5:30-7pm at Allovue (https://allovue.com). Amanda Plunkett (https://twitter.com/DrAmandaRP) will present on what are Shiny apps, how you can you can build them, and demo-ing a few ones we love! Come learn how to make interactive web apps with R shiny! This will be a hands-on presentation, so bring your laptop.
Also, come prepared with:
- RStudio installed
- R shiny package installed: In the RStudio console run install.packages("shiny")
WHO is this for?
- If you are new to R & are short-budgeted on time!
- If you heard of this thing called 'Shiny' in R, but no idea what it is!
- If you know about Shiny apps, but no idea how to build one!
- If you just want to see some awesome examples of web applications in R!
*If any/all of this is true, this event might be for you!*
5:30–5:45 Meet & Greet | 🍪 | Networking
5:45–5:50 Who we are | Announcements | What's next
5:50–6:30 Presentation: What are Shiny Apps and how can you build one?
6:30-6:45 Discussion with audience on other questions / resources
6:45–7:00 More 🍪 and Networking
Details on the location:
301 W 29th St, Baltimore, MD 21211
(Room 2003, on the second floor at the end of the hall)
Details on parking: Parking is available at R House (https://r.housebaltimore.com) as well as across the street at the police station or in Remington Row’s Garage (entrance on 28th Street, that is paid parking though).
Q: Are men welcome to attend R-Ladies events?
A: Yes, men are welcome at this event. Our mission is to encourage more women and non-binary individuals to get involved in the R community. However, we ask that cis men come as guests of women and gender minorities to our events to promote a sense support and encouragement for women and gender minorities in the R community. Please help us by spreading the word about R-Ladies. Please also take the time to review our code of conduct before you attend: https://github.com/rladies/starter-kit/wiki/Code-of-Conduct
The term "women and gender minorities" is inclusive of individuals who identify as female (trans and cis), trans-men, non-binary, genderqueer, genderfluid, agender, intersex, and all minority genders).
Important to know:
- If this is your first R-Ladies event, please take a moment to review our R-Ladies Global code of conduct: https://github.com/rladies/starter-kit/wiki/Code-of-Conduct
Finally, for more information: