Matt will lead us into the world of text analysis with string operations. Join us!
Author Archives: Lorin Bruckner
Tomorrow we will get our first look at a very popular data visualization package, ggplot2! We look forward to seeing you there.
We now have more seating! To find the Research Hub, simply climb the stairs to the second floor of the Davis Library. The presentation space will be to your right. As requested, we will be reviewing material from our previous … Read more
This is a reminder that there will be no R Open Lab session this week during Fall Break.
Chelsea will cover linear models in R and give us a brief introduction to ggplot. See you there!
Today we will meet again in room 3010. Matt will demonstrate dplyr, a very handy package for data manipulation in R. By request, we have made the meeting time more visible on our website. It is now in the sidebar … Read more
Tomorrow’s R Open Lab will once again take place in Room 3010. Chelsea will also be leading the workshop again, and this time she’ll be covering data transformations. See you soon!
Tomorrow’s R Open Lab will take place in Room 3010. Chelsea will show us how to create functions in R. We look forward to seeing you there!
We hope to see you at our third R Open Lab! This week, the lab will take place in room 3010. To find us, go to the third floor and enter the book stacks. Following the sign for 3010, take … Read more
A big thank you to those who attended our first lab last week! We were excited to see so many people interested and enthusiastic in joining an R community. We are very sorry about the limited seating, but unfortunately there … Read more