R Beginner series: Part 2 Visualization with ggplot2
February 27 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm UTC+0
New Year / New Skills
Let 2019 be a game changing year for you. Come learn R and Data Science skills with us!!
R-Ladies Orlando will be running few sessions for Absolute R Beginners!! There will be a short intro to RStudio and R basics at 7:00, followed by an intro to R for Data Science: Visualization with ggplot2. This is part 2 of the series, but it is still an opportunity for anyone completely new to R to get started.
Bring your (charged) laptop and we’ll help you get up and running with the software, walk you through the R programming basics, help with FAQs, point you to relevant learning resources, and any other fundamental R questions you may have!
Please look over our github page for materials from our last workshop [masked]) and see if you can follow through the examples https://github.com/rladies/meetup-presentations_orlando/tree/master/2019-01-23_Workshop
Please make sure you have R and RStudio downloaded ready to go.
To download RStudio http://www.rstudio.com/download
Follow the instructions to download and install.
Also please create an account with Kaggle, as we are going to be using a lot of their datasets. I think you can loggin with your gmail, yahoo and even facebook account.
The beginners series will be based on Garrett Grolemund and Hadley Wickham book, “R for Data Science” http://r4ds.had.co.nz/
* Visualization with ggplot2 (End of February)
* Introduction to tidyverse (End of March)
* Data Science with R (End of April)
-Model and Visualize
• Important to know
Anyone and everyone interested in R/Data Science should join our group and participate/contribute in any way you can, be they learners, teachers, developers or innovators! We encourage women and minority genders to present/lead most sessions, conversations but we have no restrictions whatsoever when it comes to membership, participation, and discussions. So, please join us and bring your R-family & R-friends!
You must adhere to our code of conduct. https://github.com/rladies/starter-kit/wiki/Code-of-Conduct