emacs/ESS CambR lunch - 19 November 2013
Last CambR meeting - 28 October 2013
Mark gave a much appreciated talk about the famous ggplot2 package. His slides are available in the TeachingMaterial repository. Laurent gave a presentation about unit testing; the content was derived from the R package development course available from the TeachingMaterial repository and the debugging session from the Bioc 2013 conference.
First CambR lunch - 29 May 2013
We had our first R lunch on the 29th of May in the Department Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics and aim to have them on a regular basis.
CambR Meeting - 25 March 2013
About 30 people came to listen to two skilled R users. Andrius Druzinis presented interactive visualisations and GUIs with Shiny and Adrian Alexa who talked about specific problems he (and many others) need to solve in R, code optimization, and other useful and geeky R tricks. The slides and shiny apps are available on the CambR wiki.
A couple of picture are on-line. Looking forward to seeing you at out next meeting.
CambR Meeting - November 2012
On Monday, 29th October 2012, in the Fountain Inn, in Cambridge (UK) about 40 delegates came to listen to Martin Morgan, who gave a great live demonstration on how to convert a function into an valid R package using RStudio. Laurent also illustrated the R code behind the CambR logo (slides and code on the github page).
A couple of pictures are on-line. Looking forward to seeing you at out next meeting.
CambR Meeting - May 2012
We had a successful CambR meeting on Tuesday 29th May 2012, in the Fountain Inn, in Cambridge (UK), with two great talks:
- Markus Gesmann's talk Interactive charts with R, googleVis and knitr is available here and
- Pat Burns posted an annotated version of his slides Inferno-ish R here.
A couple of pictures are on-line. Thank you to all those who were able to make it. See you next time!
R is a free software environment for statistical computing and graphics. As R enthusiasts, we are eager to bring useRs of Cambridge and surroundings together to share their experiences using R. We are aiming at organising meetings in Cambridge, including talks, mini workshops, data analysis sessions,... with an emphasis on interaction among participants.
We have set up a CambR google group to discuss any matter related to the CambR group and meetings or any other aspect related to R that you may want to share. Please feel free to register or get in contact with one of the organisers.
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