What we're about

The mission of R-Ladies groups is to increase representation of women in global R community through establishing local communities providing mentorship, collaborative learning & support.

Anyone with an interest in R is encouraged to participate. It doesn't matter if you never used R or if you are an R expert.

Come and join us!

Github: https://github.com/rladies

Twitter: https://twitter.com/RLadiesRTP

Website: https://rladies.org/

All events are intended for women as leaders, mentors, members, and attendees. We are emphatically queer and trans friendly. Men are welcomed to attend as guests.

Community Policies & Code of Conduct:
The leadership and mentoring roles within this Community are held exclusively by women - however learning participation is open to all genders. The stated priority of this meetup is the development and support of its female members, and we therefore reserve the right to guard this interest through whatever measures we deem appropriate. All members and event attendees are expected to fully respect each other and the mandate of this meetup, or face expulsion of any form, whether from events, meetup membership, or any other Community participation.

Upcoming events (1)

Introduction to R Markdown

David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library

This meetup will feature a few 5-minute presentations followed by a hands on R Markdown workshop. If you're interested in giving a 5-minute presentation featuring your work in R (ideally related to the workshop topic, but we're flexible), please email [masked] with your brief pitch. What is R Markdown? It's a R coding format that allows users to generate documents of all types (presentations, reports, books, etc.) with embedded R code and outputs (plots, tables, etc.). You can learn more about it here: https://bookdown.org/yihui/rmarkdown/ . Agenda: • 6:00pm - 6:15pm - Networking & Refreshments • 6:15pm - 6:35pm - Presentations • 6:35pm - 6:45pm - Set up (install R packages, etc.) • 6:45pm - 7:45pm - Workshop • 7:45pm - 8:00pm - Wrap up Who is this for? New and experienced R users alike! Let's learn together! What should I bring? Please bring your own (fully charged) laptop. What about parking? The best place to park for this event is the Bryan Center Garage on Science Drive. It is $1 for 30 minutes. All events are intended for women as leaders, mentors, members, and attendees. We are emphatically queer and trans friendly. Men are welcomed to attend *as guests* and must be accompanied by the R-Lady who invited them. This group was created so those who identify as women have a comfortable place to learn. If you would like to attend and feel excluded, please introduce yourself to an organizer.

Past events (37)

Blogdown Basics

SAS Hall - Daniel L. Solomon Commons, 5th Floor

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