We meet every Monday at 11am for an hour to discuss all things R. You can find a calendar of our upcoming events here.
Our website is codertsv.github.io
15 June 2020. Ira (@iracooke) took us through some best practices for writing performant R and how to use a profiler to optimise code. Ira’s notes can be found in this repo.
8 June 2020. Kevin Bairos-Novak (@ecolology) gave an intro to build Shiny apps in R. Kevin’s note can be found in this repo.
25 May 2020. Pete (@pete_cowman) gives an intro and demo to plotting phylogenetic trees in R with the package ggtree. After intro he has fun plotting a phylogeny of butterflyfishes. To view Pete’s materials on tidyverse see here.
18 May 2020. Joseph M. introduced the issues around Data storage and reproducibility. Started a conversation on producing guidelines and templates for reproducible research. Summary notes
11 May 2020. Ira (@iracooke) summarised the key ideas on random vs fixed effects from the previous meeting, and Sonja walked us through her modelling and model selection approach when modelling fetal renal parenchymal thickness during pregnancy. A rough summary of key concepts and ideas can be found here
20 Apr 2020. Lindsay (@lindsaymarkward) presented a talk via Zoom on clean code best practices with examples in Python. Link to recording and password: 4S=k@T$H
24 Feb 2020. Anything goes session on loops. Link to examples.
16 Dec 2019. Wytamma (@wytamma) presented a talk on Python basics 🐍. We used Google colab to write and run some Python.
2 Dec 2019. Pete (@PeteCowman) presented a talk on using tidyverse to manipulate your data. To view Pete’s materials on tidyverse see here.
25 Nov 2019. Cesar (@CexyNature) presented a talk on how to use Github. Chloë (@BooteCG), as a way to use his instruction tried to make an .md with the notes/instructions in and posted to her github here