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Learn to integrate metadata, text, and code with RMarkdown. This workshop follows the outline from RStudio Education: https://ysc-rmarkdown.netlify.com/materials/ WHO is this for? - If you are new to R & are short-budgeted on time! - If you'd like to start working with data in R w/o learning all the programming details first!! - If you are interested in reproducible research and learning to integrate your code, documentation, and output * If any of this is true, this workshop might be for you! AGENDA 6:00–6:15 Meet & Greet | 🍕| Set-up 6:15–7:25 Workshop: Intro to RMarkdown for Reproducible Research 7:25–7:30 Q&A| How to reach us to continue this conversation! SETUP INSTRUCTIONS *This is a hands-on workshop. Please bring your laptop * Before the Workshop: install R & RStudio OR use RStudio Cloud. See full installation instructions: - Gdoc: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VfD0bGUJBEzliW4C9Xbmk0_Kvx1aUiwY1A7TzY_B7_s/edit?usp=sharing - GitHub: https://github.com/rladies-eastlansing/meetup-presentations/blob/master/presentations/R_Rstudio_setup_instructions.md Having trouble with installation & set-up? Ping us on Slack! Or come 15min early! USEFUL RESOURCES - Past workshops: https://github.com/rladies-eastlansing - Cheatsheets: https://github.com/rladies-eastlansing/cheatsheets - Software Carpentry's Video Tutorial for installing R and R Studio: * For Windows Users: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0PjTAylwoU * For Mac Users: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-ly3kyxwEg ** Questions? Find us on slack: rladies-eastlansing.slack.com OR ** Email us: [masked]
Learn how to use Git (version control software) to manage your R scripts and other collaborative coding projects. WHO is this for? - If you are new to Git & are short-budgeted on time! - If you'd like to start using version control w/o learning all the command line details first!! - If you've ever wished there was a way to "track changes" or collaborate on a single script just like you can for google docs. * If any of this is true, this workshop might be for you! AGENDA 6:00–6:15 Meet & Greet | 🍕| Set-up 6:15–7:25 Workshop: Use Git & GitHub 7:25–7:30 Q&A| How to reach us to continue this conversation! SETUP INSTRUCTIONS (Before the workshop) *This is a hands-on workshop. Please bring your laptop *Install or update R & RStudio, *Create a GitHub account (if you don't already have one) *Install Git *Install GitHub Desktop (the Git GUI used in this workshop) See full instructions for installing or updating software required for this workshop: https://github.com/rladies-eastlansing/2019-workshop-git/blob/master/Setup-instructions.md Having trouble with installation & set-up? Ping us on Slack (https://rladies-eastlansing.slack.com) in the #howto-vc channel! Or come 15 minutes early. USEFUL REFERENCES: *Git Cheatsheet: https://github.github.com/training-kit/downloads/github-git-cheat-sheet.pdf *https://happygitwithr.com/ ** Questions? Find us on slack: rladies-eastlansing.slack.com OR ** Email us: [masked] Many thanks to MSU's Center for Statistical Training & Consulting (CSTAT) https://cstat.research.msu.edu/ for sponsoring this event!
Michigan State University & the University of Michigan invite you to their joint Women+ Data Science Symposium, 2020. When: April 17, 2019 from 9a–5:00p Where: MSU Union, Lake Huron Webpage: http://bit.ly/2020-wpds To attend, present a poster/talk, REGISTER HERE http://bit.ly/2020-wpds-reg (*** Required) Organizers =========== Camille Archer & Janani Ravi On behalf of R-Ladies East Lansing Jing Liu On behalf of Michigan Institute for Data Science For any questions, sponsorship interests, email is at: [masked]
What is this??? Stack overflow -- LIVE! Bring your own R-coding project to work on. We'll have a few R-Users floating around to take questions and give advice as you troubleshoot your R code AGENDA 5:45–6:00 Doors open | Set-up & questions 6:00–6:15 Meet & Greet 6:15–7:20 Shutup & Code 7:20–7:30 More discussion! TO BENEFIT THE MOST FROM THIS EVENT 1. Bring your laptop w/ pre-installed R & RStudio 2. Come with a well-defined, hour-long task 3. Join R-Ladies East Lansing Slack (https://rladies-eastlansing.slack.com) so that you can ask questions in advance, during and after the meeting. USEFUL RESOURCES 1. Past workshop material: https://github.com/nguyens7/Rworkshop 2. Hands-On Programming with R by G Grolemund (https://rstudio-education.github.io/hopr/) & R for Data Science by H Wickham & G Grolemund (https://r4ds.had.co.nz/) ** Questions? Find us on slack: rladies-eastlansing.slack.com OR ** Email us: [masked]