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The first R-Ladies STL Meetup is now in the history books! Thanks to everyone who attended for making it a great night. We were happy to begin to build our local R-Ladies community and hope that you enjoyed the event.

Thanks especially to our excellent presenters: Bobbi Carothers, Shelly Cooper, Alexandra Morshed, Rebecca Willison, Lorinette Worth, and Angelique Zeringue.

We collected some information from attendees on what would be useful, convenient, and fun for the R-Ladies of St. Louis. If you attended but didn't fill out the survey, or if you were not able to attend but are interested in R-Ladies, we would still love your feedback. We will leave the survey open for another week and hope you can take a few minutes to fill it out (it's mobile phone friendly!):

https://goo.gl/WcZevx

We plan to hold our next event in early-mid November and, based on the feedback we've received so far, will likely make it a hands-on workshop at a location with better parking options!

Thanks again! Hope you see you at the next one.

youRs,Jenine & Chelsea

Upcoming events (3)

Introduction to R Shiny

Microsoft Technology Center

Join us for our first Meetup in 2020 as we welcome Dr. Angelique Zeringue for a workshop on R Shiny! Dr. Zeringue is a Statistician/Data Scientist at Mercy Hospital. Space provided by Microsoft (thanks Amy!) and food provided by Net Effects (thanks Stephanie!). Hope to see you there!

Qualitative analysis in R

Microsoft Technology Center

Join us on Saint Patrick's Day for a little R fun! Mary Painter will lead our first ever R-Ladies St. Louis *qualitative* workshop! We might even have some green snacks to celebrate the event. Mary Painter is a doctoral candidate in political science at the University of Missouri St. Louis. Hope to see you there!

Making personal websites with blogdown

Microsoft Technology Center

Join us in welcoming Dr. Dorris Scott, who will lead a workshop on how to make your own professional or personal website using the blogdown package in R. Dr. Scott is new to St. Louis and will be working as a social science data guru at Washington University in St. Louis. Check out Dr. Scott's website: https://dscott.netlify.com/ Space for the Meetup provided by Microsoft (thanks Amy!) and food provided by Net Effects (thanks Stephanie!).

Past events (11)

Cleaning messy data in R

Washington University in St. Louis Goldfarb Hall

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