Master the tidyverse

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If you’ve read the book “R for Data Science” or plan to, now you can dive deeper with co-author and RStudio Master Instructor Garrett Grolemund, winner of the Excellence in CE Award at JSM 2017!

This two day workshop provides a comprehensive overview of what is now called the Tidyverse, a core set of R packages that are essential to Data Science. You will visualize, transform, and model data in R and work with date-times, character strings, and untidy data formats. Along the way, you will learn to use the brightest stars in the tidyverse: ggplot2, dplyr, tidyr, readr, purrr and tibble, along with stringr, lubridate, hms, and forcats.

  • When? 9 5 p.m. Thursday October 5th and Friday the 6th

  • Where? 20 F Street NW Conference Center, Washington, D.C.

  • Who? Garrett Grolemund, Data Scientist and Master Instructor at RStudio.

Garrett excels at teaching, statistics, and teaching statistics. He wrote the popular lubridate package and is the author of Hands On Programming with R in addition to Data Science with R. He holds a PhD in Statistics and specializes in Data Visualization.

Build your skills and learn from the best at this rare in-person workshop – the only East coast workshop from RStudio in 2017.

Register here:

As of today, there are just 30+ seats left. Discounts are available for academics (students or faculty) and for 5 or more attendees from any organization. Email [email protected] if you have any questions about the workshop that you don’t find answered on the registration page.

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