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Communicating Your Data Science Results and Wrangling Data
December 9 @ 10:30 am UTC+0
WHAT WE’RE DOING:
You’ll learn to use R Markdown to communicate your data science results easily. Your end product will be a website (html), Word doc, or a pdf. You’ll also learn to use R package dplyr to wrangle your data; this includes making and/or transforming variables. After the demos, we’ll have some time to chat and try out our new skills.
WHAT TO BRING:
Bring your laptop. Your laptop cord and a notebook might be a good idea, too. If you can, try to install R, R Studio, and the dplyr package before coming.
Amanda Doan will demonstrate how to use R Markdown and Katie Jolly will teach us how to use dplyr.
Just down the hall is a mini coffee shop. (Bring your own mug to get 25 cents off!) Feel free to bring snackies or beverages from home.
Meet us in room 226 of O’Shaughnessy Science (OSS). This is connected to Owens and is part of the Frey Science Center (big cement sign out front). OSS is on the west side of Cretin between Grand and Summit. The east side of the building has an elevator and the building is ADA accessible.
You can park on Summit for free. The parking ramp (on Grand and Cretin) is very close to OSS and is decently priced ($1.00 or $1.50 per hour).