See RStudio at UseR! 2016
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UseR! 2016 has arrived and the RStudio team is at Stanford to share our newest products and latest enhancements to Shiny, R Markdown, dplyr, and more. Here’s a quick snapshot of RStudio related sessions. We hope to see you in as many of them as you can attend!
Monday June 27
Dynamic Documents with R Markdown -Karl Broman, Ian Lyttle, Yihui Xie
Using Git and Github with RStudio and R Markdown - Jenny Bryan
Effective Shiny Programming - Joe Cheng
Extracting Data from the Web, APIs and beyond -Karthik Ram, Scott Chamberlain, Garrett Grolemund
Afternoon short talks moderated by Hadley Wickham
What’s up with the R Consortium? Speaker: Joseph Rickert
Presentation of the Women in R task force Speaker: Heather Turner
R-Ladies Presentation (1) Speaker: Gabriella de Queiroz
R-Ladies Presentation (2) Speakers: Alice Daish, Hannah Frick
Tuesday June 28
Using Spark with Shiny and R Markdown - Jeff Allen
Bringing Code Coverage to R - Jim Hester
flexdashboard: Easy Interactive Dashboards for R - Jonathan McPherson
Wednesday June 29
Keynote: Towards a Grammar of Interactive Graphics - Hadley Wickham
Notebooks with R Markdown - J.J. Allaire
Importing Modern Data into R - Javier Luraschi
Profvis: Profiling Tools for Faster R Code - Winston Chang
Thursday June 30
Shiny Gadgets: Interactive Tools - Garrett Grolemund
Authoring Books with R Markdown - Hadley Wickham
Stop by the booth! Don’t miss our table in the exhibition area during the conference. Come talk to us about your plans for R and learn how RStudio Server Pro and Shiny Server Pro can provide enterprise-ready support and scalability for your RStudio IDE and Shiny deployments.
Note: Although UseR! is sold out, arrangements have been made to stream the keynote talks from https://aka.ms/user2016conference. Video recordings of the other sessions (where permitted by speakers) will be made available by UseR! organizers after the conference.
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