Workshops 2018-04-10T17:35:26+00:00

Public R workshops

Want to learn R? You’ve come to the right place. Our public, in-person workshops offer an intense one or two day experience to get you up and running with new techniques and technology. Our world class instructors and teaching philosophy make our workshops useful and enjoyable.

We hold workshops wherever demand is greatest. Let us know your interests and where you’re located so we can plan a workshop near you. RStudio will send you updates on all upcoming public workshops.

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Planning future workshops

We hold workshops 3-4 times a year. If you would like us to plan a workshop near you, let us know by filling out the form.

Upcoming public workshops

Building tidy tools

You should take this class if you have some experience programming in R and you want to learn how to tackle larger scale problems. You’ll get the most if you’re already familiar with the basics of functions (i.e. you’ve written a few) and are comfortable with R’s basic data structures (vectors, matrices, arrays, lists, and data frames). (There is probably a 30% overlap in the material with my previous “R Masterclass”. However, the material has been substantially reorganized, so if you’ve taken the R Masterclass in the past, you’ll still learn a lot in this class.)

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Applied Machine Learning Workshop

This two-day course will provide an overview of using R for supervised learning. The session will step through the process of building, visualizing, testing, and comparing models that are focused on prediction. The goal of the course is to provide a thorough workflow in R that can be used with many different regression or classification techniques. Case studies on real data will be used to illustrate the functionality and several different predictive models are illustrated.

The course focuses on both high-level approaches to modeling (e.g., the caret package) and newer modeling packages in the tidyverse: recipes, rsample, yardstick, and tidyposterior. Basic familiarity with R and the tidyverse is required.

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