Great news for Shiny and R Markdown enthusiasts!
An Interactive Reporting Workshop with Shiny and R Markdown is coming to a city near you. Act fast as only 20 seats are available for each workshop.
You can find out more / register by clicking on the link for your city!
|East Coast||West Coast|
|March 2 - Washington, DC||April 15 - Los Angeles, CA|
|March 4 - New York, NY||April 17 - San Francisco, CA|
|March 6 - Boston, MA||April 20 - Seattle, WA|
You’ll want to take this workshop if…
You have some experience working with R already. You should have written a number of functions, and be comfortable with R’s basic data structures (vectors, matrices, arrays, lists, and data frames).
You will learn from…
The workshop is taught by Garrett Grolemund. Garrett is the Editor-in-Chief of shiny.rstudio.com, the development center for the Shiny R package. He is also the author of Hands-On Programming with R as well as Data Science with R, a forthcoming book by O’Reilly Media. Garrett works as a Data Scientist and Chief Instructor for RStudio, Inc. GitHub
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