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Slides and useful resources

On this page you can find slides and links from recent Warwick R User Group meetings. Scroll down for a full list of past events.

Procrastinating in R: emoji plots

By Alejandra Avalos Pacheco

An introduction to Shiny

By Nathan Cunningham

Cleverly copying from the console

By Lewis Rendell

Progress bars and animated plots for long-running jobs

By Matthew Neal

Animated plots in R

By Rachel Wilkerson

Pitfalls of 'dynamite' plunger plots

By Kenneth Lim

The Grammar of Graphics: an introduction to ggplot2

By David Selby

Graphics devices

By David Firth

RStan — efficient MCMC in R

By Jack Jewson

Short introduction to Rcpp

By Sherman Ip

List columns in data frames

By Joe Meagher

Importing satellite imagery from Nasa and the US Geological Survey

By Matt Moores

Publishing with bookdown and blogdown

By David Selby

Unit testing and continuous integration

By Lewis Rendell

HTML widgets

By Ella Kaye

Standard errors for MCMC

By Dootika Vats

Highlights of the useR!2017 conference

By Ella Kaye and David Selby

Getting help with R

By Ella Kaye

Open-source software / Quasi-variances

By David Firth

Tips for writing R Markdown reports

By David Selby

Building R Packages, or 'How to Move Like Hadley'

By Adnan Fiaz, Mango Solutions

Machine learning made easy with 'mlr'

By Joe Meagher

The power of vim!

By Rachel Wilkerson

Introduction to S3 classes

By Lewis Rendell

Singapore in Numbers

By Kenneth Lim

Using R on Android

By David Selby

MPs, Twitter and Social Network Analysis

By Robert Blincoe

Sensing human behaviour with online data

By Suzy Moat and Tobias Preis

Data visualisation challenge — harmful drugs

By David Selby, Kenneth Lim and Lewis Rendell

Web crawling with R

By Stefan Stein

Around the world in 64 hops

By Stefan Stein

Making less repulsive plots with ggrepel

By David Selby

Why I love data.table

By Chris Mainey

Past meetings

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