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Welcome to R-Ladies Seattle!

We'd love to hear from you about which topics and speakers you'd like to see at upcoming R-Ladies Seattle meetups. Keep reading to see how you can share your thoughts with us.

R-Ladies Seattle is a local chapter of R-Ladies Global, R-Ladies Seattle exists to promote diversity in the R community, both in the US and worldwide. We hold meetups every month to share knowledge that is relevant to our community and consistent with our vision and mission.

Meetups are a place for members to expand their R knowledge, get experience with public speaking, and connect with other R-Ladies Seattle members. They are typically 1 to 2 hours long and can take the form of talks (20 - 30 min each), shorter "lightning" talks, workshops, tutorials, and social events.

How can you contribute to meetups?

We’ve opened an issue in this repository for each topic we’re considering. Please add your "votes," comments, and suggestions for topics we haven't thought of.

Watch this repo to see what people are saying.

  • Show your interest in a topic with a 👍🏼🎉🚀👎🏼😕
  • Add to an existing idea: propose speakers, resources, what else should we cover
  • Suggest a topic by opening a new issue
  • Encourage others to weigh in by sharing the link to your favorite topic

The template for suggesting a topic

We created an issue template so anyone can describe their idea for us and others to understand and weigh in. Make your suggestion by opening a new issue that includes:

  • Topic
  • Who is the audience? (Who might want to know this? What other groups or organizations might be interested?)
  • Why is this important?
  • What should be covered?
  • Suggested speakers or contributors (consider people other than “the usual suspects”; being named here does not obligate them to participate in any way)
  • Resources you would recommend to the audience

We will label issues with 0/idea, 1/approved, 2/working on it, 3/completed.

Other ways to contribute

  • A list of all the ways you can get involved with R-Ladies Seattle.
  • How to run an event.
  • How to update our website.
  • How to manage the Twitter account.


Thanks to Stefanie Butland of rOpenSci for allowing us to adapt the ropenSci community call workflow and template for R-Ladies Seattle.


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