This workshop is geared towards people who would like to learn R or to learn it better using a diverse collection of datasets. This workshop is intended for beginners and more advanced R programmers who would like to fill their gaps in knowledge. I assume no previous computer programming experience. I teach the workshop using a livecoding approach that emphasizes hands on learning of R with real data. The material is centered on learning how to solve problems using functions from the "tidyverse". The workshop will give you a pretty thorough set of working examples for how to use packages like ggplot2, readr, dplyr, stringr, and lubridate. More importantly, the workshop will emphasize developing problem solving skills for solving data and programming problems. The materials can be found on the Riffomonas website
The workshop will be offered via Zoom on November 10-12, 2021. Each day of the workshop will run from 9 AM to 4 PM each day with a lunch break from 12 - 1. We'll also have other breaks in the morning and afternoon. These times are based on the time in Ann Arbor, MI, which is in the Eastern Time Zone of the US. Please feel free to email me if you have any questions. I'd love to have you participate in the next workshop!