RStudio Certification I recently became certified as a RStudio Tidyverse Instructor. To pass the certification there are two exams. In this post, I am going to share a 15 minute class that I prepared to as part of the teaching exam.
What to teach about? I use loops frequently for my postdoc as I need to automate tasks. That is why I decided to teach two specific examples of iteration using functions in purrr package.
May 2020: Interview available on the RStudio blog about the tutorials https://education.rstudio.com/blog/2020/05/teach-interactive-course/
The aim of this post is to provide a route map highlighting the resources available to generate your own tutorial.
Hello Last year I helped to transform some courses from a DataCamp format to Ines Montani framework. Here you have some examples of tutorials created with this framework.
After one busy year that included the end of my PhD finally I have some time to make a contribution to the community about how to build these tutorials.
Motivation I started to develop Shiny Apps because of my research. The development of a Shiny App for the analysis of toxicological databases allowed me to explore the data in relation to different criteria.
Where to publish? After finishing the app, my first question was whether to publish the Shiny App. Should I include it as supplementary material of other paper or could be published as software itself?
Hello! In February I will participate in a meetup of the R-Ladies chapter R-Ladies Resistencia-Corrientes and the R user group R en el NEA. These groups represent the R users in the cities of Resistencia and Corrientes, Argentina.
The meetup consists of a workshop where attendees learn to build their own apps. This material improves the one that I presented in an R-Ladies Buenos Aires meetup in 2017.