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rstudio::conf debrief tomorrow! #32

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jafflerbach opened this Issue Jan 26, 2017 · 14 comments

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jafflerbach commented Jan 26, 2017

Juan Mayorga (@juanmayorgahenao) was lucky enough to travel to Orlando and attend the first ever rstudio conference. He'll be giving an update about what he learned and what's new in the world of RStudio. Don't miss out!

Where: Bren 1424
When: Jan 27th at 10:00 am

Notes from Juan:

So that you can follow along during the workshop please make sure you have the latest R and RStudio versions. To do this, just type devtools::dr_devtools() in your console! (pro tip courtesy of Hadley himself)

Some packages we will we be working with are: tidyverse, broom, modelr, purrr, shiny so please check you have them installed in your machines.

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cjlortie commented Jan 26, 2017

was this today?

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jafflerbach commented Jan 26, 2017

Sorry left off the date - it's tomorrow the 27th!

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cjlortie commented Jan 26, 2017

Super. Be cool to get the precis!

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reblake commented Jan 26, 2017

Can this presentation be recorded? I can't attend because I'm hosting a writing retreat tomorrow, but am interested in this!

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jafflerbach commented Jan 26, 2017

This session is a previously arranged presentation by Juan to the Sustainable Fisheries Group and they are graciously opening it up to the EcoDataScience community. So we aren't able to reschedule for another day. I think it will run from 10 - 12 (right @juanmayorgahenao?) so @spfitzgerald come by after your meeting!

I'm not sure if we'll be able to get it recorded, the only option I can think of is getting people to skype in as we've done before and doing a screen share? Or possibly set up a zoom event, which admittedly I've never done....

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spfitzgerald commented Jan 26, 2017

OK! Thanks!

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juanmayorgahenao commented Jan 27, 2017

Yes @jafflerbach, the workshop will go until 12. @spfitzgerald you'll be able the join us for the second half.

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juanmayorgahenao commented Jan 27, 2017

Thanks everyone for attending the workshop today.

You can download materials from here: https://ucsb.box.com/s/g5i6eimzdk5mrc3f4rof95pgnwsuahzo and you can access all the conferences slides from https://github.com/kbroman/RStudioConf2017Slides

Thanks

Juan

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jafflerbach commented Feb 6, 2017

Thanks so much for the great overview Juan and Alex. Is it possible to get the materials on github? I can then link to them for those outside of UCSB that may not be able to access the box account.

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juanmayorgahenao commented Feb 6, 2017

Hi @jafflerbach, here is a dropbox link that should work for everyone: https://www.dropbox.com/s/hjm3yc06vdgia5p/Rstudio_conf_debrief.zip?dl=0

I don't think I have the access to this organization to create a repo :)

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jafflerbach commented Feb 6, 2017

Thanks! If you do want to create a repo, I suggest doing a personal repo under your github name and then I can fork it to the eco-data-science organization.

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