R-Ladies Chicago and Chicago R User Group (CRUG) teamed up this month to bring you a joint meetup worth toasting to: HacktobeRfest at Haymarket Brewery!
5:45-6:00-- NEW! Rtour for beginners; sign up here: https://tinyurl.com/rladiestour
6-6:30 -- Food and drinks, Intros & Announcements
6:30-7:00 -- Speakers: Stephen Ziliak & Eleanor Chodroff
7:00-7:45 -- Beer Data Hack-a-thon
7:45-8:00 -- Lightning Style Presentations by Small Groups [Optional]
8:00-Until -- Q&A/Socializing/Networking/Hanging out
Eleanor Chodroff, Postdoctoral researcher at Northwestern University, Department of Linguistics
Eleanor’s research focuses on the representation of speech and language in the mind. She became a beer-enthusiast as an exchange student in the Czech Republic and an R-enthusiast as a graduate student at Johns Hopkins. She will talk about the development of a Shiny app featuring Chicagoland breweries
Chicagoland Breweries app: https://eleanorchodroff.com/apps/brews.html
Personal Website: https://www.eleanorchodroff.com/index.html
Stephen Ziliak will introduce us to the contribution brewing has made to statistics with his latest paper "How large are your G-values?" forthcoming The American Statistician (Fall 2018).
For more information on Stephen Ziliak: https://www.meetup.com/Chicago-R-User-Group/events/255246038/
Special thanks to Haymarket and IBM for sponsoring this event!
Important to Know:
Q: Are men welcome to attend R-Ladies events?
A: Yes, men are welcome at this event, especially since we teaming up with Chicago R User Group! Our mission is to encourage more women and non-binary individuals to get involved in the R community. Please help us by spreading the word about R-Ladies, and by being respectful to our women/non-binary/female-identifying individuals at this event
We expect all attendees to abide & be governed by our community code of conduct. Please take a moment to review our R-Ladies Global code of conduct (particularly if this is your first time attending!): https://rladies.org/code-of-conduct/