What we're about

Our goal is to make R more popular especially among women. 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. The goal is to promote R, exchange knowledge and create a network among women.

Come and join us!

All events are intended for all women who are interested in attending. We are emphatically queer and trans friendly. Men are welcome to attend as long as they are respectful that this a woman run space. Individuals who do not adhere to the spirit of R-Ladies may be asked to leave.

Information about upcoming events can also be found on our Twitter (https://twitter.com/RLadiesSanDiego) or Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/groups/rladiessandiego/).

We are a part of the global network of R-Ladies. More information can be found at http://rladies.org . Please see our Global Code of Conduct (https://github.com/rladies/starter-kit/wiki/Code-of-Conduct) if you have any questions.


Hello R-Ladies San Diego members,

While Covid-19 is still a public health issue, we are cancelling all upcoming meetups. We have decided to take a hiatus until we are allowed to get out and socialize again. That does not mean that we cannot still connect. Check out our resources below:

R-Ladies SD GitHub Repo: https://github.com/rladies-san-diego

R-Ladies Global GitHub Repo: https://github.com/rladies

R-Ladies SD Slack: https://rladies-san-diego.slack.com/

R-Ladies community Slack signup: https://rladies-community-slack.herokuapp.com/

R-Ladies SD Twitter (@RLadiesSanDiego) https://twitter.com/RLadiesSanDiego

R-Ladies Global Twitter (@RLadiesGlobal) https://twitter.com/RLadiesGlobal

Looking forward to seeing everyone soon. Stay healthy!

Your R-Ladies SD organizers

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SoCal R Users Group (SoCal RUG): Advanced Regression Models with R Applications


The sign-up is on Eventbrite.

SoCal R User Group is Southern California's premier data science meetup group. They holding an event that is sure to be a great educational event.
On October 1, they will have a workshop on advanced regression techniques. Dr. Olga gave this course a couple of years ago and it was a HUGE success. The sign-up is on Eventbrite.

In this workshop, you will learn a variety of regression models. We will give their definitions, discuss goodness-of-fit criteria, present fitted models, interpret estimated regression coefficients, and use the fitted models for prediction. The models will be limited to linear regression, Box-Cox transformation, gamma regression, ordinary logistic regression, Poisson regression, beta regression, longitudinal (repeated measures) regression, and hierarchical model.

The workshop is designed to be hands-on. Participants are required to bring laptops and be ready to write R, analyze data and interpret results. For each model, we present an example with a complete R code, and then will an exercise to work on. Workshop participants should be familiar with algebraic expressions of different probability distributions and have a fundamental knowledge of simple linear regression: normally distributed random error, continuous and categorical independent variables (requiring creating dummy variables).

The material covered by the workshop will be taken from my recently published book “Advanced Regression Models with SAS and R Applications”, CRC Press, 2018.

For more details and course content, check out the GitHub repo.

If you have questions please reach out to [masked].
There is a nominal fee for this event to help cover some of the costs, such as lunch. However, there is a limited number of tickets for those that the cost of the event will create a hardship. To apply for one of these tickets please reach out to [masked] with a brief statement of your situation.


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