Interactive presentations with R, reveal.js and plotly #46

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RaoOfPhysics opened this Issue May 11, 2016 · 2 comments

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RaoOfPhysics commented May 11, 2016 edited

Date: 17 February 2017
Time: 17:00 CET (UTC+01)
Location: 1/1-025
Vidyo for remote participants (just click on the link to proceed): CERN_OpenScience
Session format: Work-Along


  • Lesson guide: @RaoOfPhysics
  • Lesson materials: https://github.com/RaoOfPhysics/201702_R-presentations
  • Pre-requisites:
    • Some basic understanding of R. See #45
    • Please make sure you have R and RStudio installed (instructions in #45)
  • Topics addressed:
    • What is R Markdown?
    • What is reveal.js?
    • R + ggplot2 + plotly
    • Hosting your presentation on GitHub pages
    • Annotating your presentations with hypothesis
    • Capture your scientific output: archive your presentation on Zenodo

Join the chat at https://gitter.im/CERNStudyGroup/cernstudygroup.github.io
If you haven't done so yet, introduce yourself (#26) and list your project(s) (#24).

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suenjedt commented Feb 14, 2017 edited

Booked Room 1-1-25 for 5PM, 17.02.2017

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@RaoOfPhysics RaoOfPhysics added a commit to RaoOfPhysics/cernstudygroup.github.io that referenced this issue Feb 14, 2017
@RaoOfPhysics RaoOfPhysics Add Interactive presentations with R (Addresses #46) 97c7bce
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