Talk recordings and workshop materials from rstudio::conf(2022)
In July, we wrapped up rstudio::conf(2022). Throughout the conference, we had an exciting array of workshops, an inspiring lineup of speakers, Birds of a Feather meetups, sticker drops, and a few surprises — like RStudio becoming Posit in October 2022! Whether you joined us in person in Washington, D.C., or virtually from around the world, thank you for attending.
We are excited to share the workshop materials and talk recordings from rstudio::conf(2022), linked below:
We are so grateful to our instructors, teaching assistants, speakers, and everybody who made rstudio::conf possible. Thank you again to our attendees — we hope to see you at posit::conf(2023)!
With over 99 talks, we hope that there’s something for everybody.
On the first two days of the conference, we offered 16 workshops taught by RStudio staff and experts throughout the data science community. All workshop materials are licensed under a CC BY-SA 4.0 License. The workshops were not recorded, but we hope you’ll find the materials helpful.
All workshop materials are organized at Workshops at rstudio::conf(2022).
|Introduction to the tidyverse||RStudio Academy team of data science educators, including Garrett Grolemund, Desirée De Leon, and others||repo|
|Graphic Design with ggplot2: How to Create Engaging and Complex Visualizations in R||Cédric Scherer||repo|
|Getting Started with Quarto||Tom Mock||repo|
|From R Markdown to Quarto||Andrew Bray||repo|
|Getting Started with Shiny||Colin Rundel||repo|
|Building Production-Quality Shiny Applications||Eric Nantz||repo|
|Machine Learning with tidymodels||Julia Silge + Max Kuhn + David Robinson||repo|
|What They Forgot to Teach You About R||Shannon McClintock Pileggi + Jenny Bryan + David Aja||repo|
|Building Tidy Tools||Emma Rand + Ian Lyttle||repo|
|Package Development Masterclass||Hadley Wickham||repo|
|Designing the Data Science Classroom||Mine Çetinkaya-Rundel + Maria Tackett||repo|
|Making Art from Code: How the magic works, and the practical skills it teaches||Danielle Navarro||repo|
|Causal Inference in R||Lucy D'Agostino McGowan + Malcolm Barrett||repo|
|R for People Analytics||Keith McNulty + Alex LoPilato + Liz Romero||repo|
|How Data Science with R Works for Systems Administrators||Alex Gold||repo|
|Clinical Reporting in R||Andy Nicholls + Christina Fillmore||repo|
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