Girls Coding Workshop, Melbourne

November 19, 2017
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The first girls R coding workshop was held at the Kathleen Symes library in Melbourne, Nov Oct 28, 2017. The girls learned about tidy data concepts, wrangling data tools, and built a shiny app to explore standardised test data from the 2015 OECD Programme for International Student Achievement. One of the apps developed can be viewed at https://t.co/zlw3HGzOaR.
And we had lamingtons, upside down R cupcakes (R downunder) for morning tea, and pizzas for lunch.

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