Workshops

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For practical data management, use RStudio to orchestrate your repositories and leverage Git-based version control.

Recent Workshops

Presentations

Duke's Tableau Day, 2017

DVS can help Duke Tableau Users create more effective visualizations.

DSVIL 2017 - Web Scraping

The Data Science & Visualization Institute invited a presentation on web scraping and creating customized data sources

Visualizing with ggvis

ggvis is a visualization R library designed to leverage the tidyverse. This presentation demonstrates basic ggvis commands and syntax, and considers whether you can learn just one: ggvis or ggplot2

Making Dashboards with R

Using the flexdashboards package you can easily create attractive dashboard summaries

Web Scraping with R

The rvest package is a handy way to scrape webpages and parse HTML

Using R to Orchestrate APIs

In this Hand’s on presentation given to the Research Computing Symposium (2017), participants use R to gather movie data from the OMDB API. In part 2, participants access the API of Fire and Ice.

Recent Posts

A preview of the learning resources for an upcoming workshop; Reproducibility: Data Management, Git, & RStudio

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Xarigan Slides generate slides as a report format. Now your analysis can creat slides at the push of a button.

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R Markdown is the backbone of R’s dynamic documents, literate data science, and reproducibility.

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New reproducibility workshop with git and RStudio coming in September 2017.

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New GIS workshop in R, coming September 2017.

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