Learn how to program your own algorithms in R with us on June 22nd!
With the 3rd Chapter of our “Introduction to R” learning path we continue our journey towards building strong R programming foundations and skills. With the “Programming R” workshop you will explore how to write your own functions with the right controls, we will show you how to make your code more efficient and maintainable by avoiding repetition through (implicit and explicit) through vectorization and matrix operations, and we will discuss best development practices such as modularization, debugging and logging.
An online hands-on workshop to learn R by programming R.
The workshop will take place on Wednesday June 22nd, at 2 p.m. CEST (timezone Switzerland), and will be 3.5-hours long and focus on being hands-on. In our professional and training experience we have seen that trying things out is the best way to actually understand them and integrate them in your way of working.
Register at this link before 10/06 and benefit from the early bird discount. Register more people to get an additional discount from the second attendee.
This workshop is part of a Learning Path of four Wednesday afternoons for a full introduction to R.
It is a natural successor of the second introductory R workshop: Data analysis with tidyverse, which will take place on June 15th. Knowledge of base R is required for the attendance.
It also provides an helpful background for the following more technical chapter: Becoming an R developer (scheduled for June 29th).
Register for the full series for a complete R learning with an attractive discount.
NOTE: the option to register for the workshop “R basics - objects, functions and operations” with early bird discount will terminate on 27/05 e.o.d..