LondonR: July edition

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The next edition of LondonR online will take place on Tuesday the 27th of July from 4pm (BST). Tickets are free for attendees and you can register here for a place!

This next LondonR will have three presenters all sharing their work on using R stats in the real world.

The first presenter joining us is Paulito Palmes from the IBM Dublin Research Lab, he will be presenting on ‘JuliaR for data science and machine learning workflow’. Paulito is a research scientist at the IBM Research Europe (Dublin Research Lab) working in the areas of analytics, datamining, machine learning, reinforcement learning, automated decisions, and AI.

Next on the agenda at LondonR will be one of the Mango Solutions team, Elizabeth Brown. Elizabeth joined Mango as a professional placement student, with a key interest in Data Science and Shiny app development. Elizabeth will be presenting on ‘Creating a Shiny Dashboard as a Tool for Learning Git’. A best practice in Data Science is using Git for version control, something which isn’t introduced until working in industry. Thus, Elizabeth has developed a Shiny dashboard as a tool for beginners to learn how to use Git. In her presentation, she will give a demo of the app and how she has used {golem} and {shinyjs} in its development.

The final presenter place at LondonR will be announced shortly. We hope to see you there!


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