Join us for a workshop series this fall covering techniques for reproducible research using R! There will be presentations each morning from Monday, November 16th – Friday, November 20th. Attendees are not required to attend every morning, but we build on material taught throughout the workshop. The skills covered in this workshop series are ideal for graduate students in computationally-intensive fields, or any researcher looking for more experience with R. This workshop assumes a basic level of R knowledge (e.g., attendees have used R before, but might not be familiar with the tidyverse packages).
A video recording of the workshop will be available online afterwards. Please note that by registering you are waiving your right to opt out of being recorded.
Registration is now full. Due to the online format we will be limiting registration for this workshop to 20 individuals, but we anticipate running it again in the spring 2021 semester. The registration fee for the workshop is $35, although graduate students might want to see if financial support is available from their departments.
Setup & installation: More information will be posted closer to the workshop date.
Questions: You can contact Matthew Brousil with questions.
|November 16||8:30am - 12:30pm||Brief Intro to Git/GitHub & Intro to Data Manipulation and Visualization with the tidyverse|
|November 17||8:30am - 11:30am||Intro to R Markdown|
|November 18||8:30am - 11:30am||Intro to Model Building with R|
|November 19||8:30am - 11:30am||Intro to Workflow Automation with Drake|
|November 20||8:30am - 11:00am||Intro to Making a GitHub Website|