We've teamed up with R-Ladies Chicago this month to bring you a joint meetup worth toasting to: *HacktobeRfest* at Haymarket! Special thanks to the incredibly supportive IBM for sponsoring this event.
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2018-n8-HacktobeRfest

We've teamed up with R-Ladies Chicago this month to bring you a joint meetup worth toasting to: HacktobeRfest at Haymarket! Special thanks to the incredibly supportive IBM for sponsoring this event.

Schedule

5:45-6:00-- NEW! Rtour for beginners 6:00-6:30 -- Food and drinks, Intros & Announcements 6:30-7:00 -- Speakers: Stephen Ziliak & Eleanor Chodroff 7:00-7:45 -- Beer Data Hack-a-thon (see data folder) 7:45-8:00 -- Lightning Style Presentations by Small Groups [Optional] 8:00-Until -- Q&A/Socializing/Networking/Hanging out

Speakers

Eleanor Chodroff, Postdoctoral researcher at Northwestern University, Department of Linguistics

Eleanor’s research focuses on the representation of speech and language in the mind. She became a beer-enthusiast as an exchange student in the Czech Republic and an R-enthusiast as a graduate student at Johns Hopkins. She will talk about the development of a Shiny app featuring Chicagoland breweries Chicagoland Breweries app: https://eleanorchodroff.com/apps/brews.html Code: https://github.com/echodroff/chicago-breweries Personal Website: https://www.eleanorchodroff.com/index.html

Stephen Ziliak will introduce us to the contribution brewing has made to statistics with his latest paper "How large are your G-values?" forthcoming The American Statistician (Fall 2018).

A crisis of validity has emerged from three related crises of science, that is, the crises of statistical significance and complete randomization, of replication, and of reproducibility. The ten principles of Guinnessometrics or G-values outlined here can help. Originally developed and market-tested by William S. Gosset aka “Student” in his job as Head Experimental Brewer at the Guinness Brewery in Dublin, Gosset’s economic and common sense approach to statistical inference and scientific method has been unwisely neglected.

Stephen T. Ziliak is probably best known for his best selling and critically acclaimed book (with Deirdre McCloskey), The Cult of Statistical Significance: How the Standard Error Costs Us Jobs, Justice, and Lives, and numerous essays on "Guinnessometrics," that is, the scientific and statistical legacy of William S. Gosset aka "Student", Guinness’s Oxford-educated brewmaster. Ziliak is Professor of Economics and Faculty Member of the Social Justice Studies Program at Roosevelt University, Conjoint Professor of Business and Law at the University of Newcastle (Australia), Faculty Affiliate in the Graduate Program of Economics at Colorado State University, and Faculty Member of The Angiogenesis Foundation (Cambridge). In 2016 he was a lead contributing author of the ASA Statement on Statistical Significance and P-values, and he is currently co-editing a special issue of The American Statistician on Statistical Inference and Scientific Method in the World Beyond P < 0.05.

Important to Know:

As this is a joint meetup with R-Ladies, please take a moment to review our R-Ladies Global code of conduct (particularly if this is your first time attending!): https://rladies.org/code-of-conduct/