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Introduction to tidyr/reshape2 package in R by Remi Daigle #1

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ttimbers opened this Issue Jun 16, 2015 · 4 comments

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ttimbers commented Jun 16, 2015

Where: Simon Fraser University, Burnaby Campus, SSB 6178
When: 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm, Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Dependencies: R (http://cran.r-project.org/index.html), RStudio(http://www.rstudio.com/products/rstudio/download/), and the tidyr and reshape2 packages.

note - packages can be installed by typing the following into the R console:
install.packages("tidyr")
install.packages("reshape2")

Data for this session can be downloaded by clicking here: https://github.com/ttimbers/studyGroup/blob/gh-pages/lessons/2015-07-14/data/inflammation_data.zip?raw=true

Public notepad for this session can be accessed here::
https://etherpad.mozilla.org/2015-07-14-SFU

Lesson notes will be archived here: http://remi-daigle.github.io/tidyr_reshape2_lesson/

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Hi,
do you plan to record the event and broadcast it?

ghost commented Jun 19, 2015

Hi,
do you plan to record the event and broadcast it?

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ttimbers Jun 20, 2015

@marpello that is not the plan yet, but it is something we could discuss. Are you off campus or have a scheduling conflict? I think we could also post the lesson notes here on Github if that would also be helpful.

ttimbers commented Jun 20, 2015

@marpello that is not the plan yet, but it is something we could discuss. Are you off campus or have a scheduling conflict? I think we could also post the lesson notes here on Github if that would also be helpful.

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Hi: Is there any chance you would be willing to commit to running this at a later date, say three months out so we can take best advantage of your skills? Also are you on the statzbeers mailing list/ twitterfeed?
http://www.dulvy.com/statz-beerz.html
Cheers,

NickDulvy commented Jul 14, 2015

Hi: Is there any chance you would be willing to commit to running this at a later date, say three months out so we can take best advantage of your skills? Also are you on the statzbeers mailing list/ twitterfeed?
http://www.dulvy.com/statz-beerz.html
Cheers,

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remi-daigle Jul 14, 2015

Hey @NickDulvy,
Unfortunately, I can't commit to running this particular lesson in ~3 months since I'm moving back East at the end of August. However, I am following the statzbeers mailing list/ twitterfeed and I posted the lesson here. We're also planning to record a screencast of the lesson.

remi-daigle commented Jul 14, 2015

Hey @NickDulvy,
Unfortunately, I can't commit to running this particular lesson in ~3 months since I'm moving back East at the end of August. However, I am following the statzbeers mailing list/ twitterfeed and I posted the lesson here. We're also planning to record a screencast of the lesson.

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