More R User Group Sites

February 16, 2016

(This article was first published on Revolutions, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

by Joseph Rickert

Last month I wrote about how several R user groups were making use of GitHub and listed some sites that I thought had interesting material. A few readers were kind enough to point out sites that I had missed; so I would just like to give a couple of "shout outs" here. First of all, I should acknowledge LondonR as a leader in R user group web properties. Their website is very nicely done and valuable. The links to the presentations made to LondonR that they have collected comprise quite a resource to the community.



The following slide which comes from the first presentation on the list, the workshop on Network Analysis in R, is an example of what you can find there.


The LondonR Github repository can be found here.

The repository for the Berlin R User Group also shows great promise.  BerlinRUG is beginning to build out a clean, functional webpage and populate it with some very nice material. Honorable mention should go to R-ladies of San Francisco who are searching other GitHub sites for useful material like this data science tutorial from Jonathan Bower, SevillaR, and the Las Vegas R Users group


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