October MeetUp for R-Ladies STL
@R-Ladies STL is the St. Louis, MO is a chapter of the global organization, R-Ladies, whose mission is to promote gender diversity in the R community. R is a language and environment for statistical programming and graphics. (For more information on R, click here.)
R-Ladies will be hosting a MeetUp on Wednesday October 3, 2018 from 6 to 8pm.
If you’d be interested in joining this MeetUp, or future R-Ladies STL Meetups check out their group’s MeetUp page to register.
From the R-Ladies STL MeetUp page:
If you looked back at some R code you wrote last year (or even last week), would you be able to understand what you did and why you did it? If you suddenly left your current job, would your colleagues be able to find and follow your code? Confusing code can cost you time, makes it harder to collaborate, and lowers the quality of work. Fortunately, there are promising practices for code formatting and other reproducible practices in R (and other coding languages) that are easy to use.
Join Bobbi Carothers for a hands-on workshop that will:
◊ Demonstrate 10 simple formatting tips to improve your R code
◊ Introduce an R package for automatically creating a codebook from your data
◊ Provide an introduction to GitHub and why it is useful for sharing and collaborating on code and documentation
You will leave with access to an online Reproducibility Toolkit with tips and instructions on code formatting, data documentation, and how to use GitHub that you can use and share.
Join the R-Ladies MeetUp group for more information & let them know if you’ll be attending the Wednesday, October 3rd Meetup. Hope to see you there!