Past events and sessions


Past events

This is a list of past events or sessions. All material is or should be found on the AUOC content website.

  • Setup and start creating your own package in R
    16 November 2018, 10:00 AM, Aarhus University campus, AU campus, building 1264, room 310
    Have some code that you keep on copying and pasting to new analysis projects? Make it into a package and save yourself huge amounts of time! 'But wait' you say, 'creating packages is hard!' Actually, it is much more easier than you may think!
  • Making reproducible and dynamic documents and reports in R
    9 November 2018, 10:00 AM, Aarhus University campus, AU campus, building 1264, room 310
    R has an extremely powerful system for inserting the output of some code into a document such as a manuscript. This is called R Markdown, which uses simple special characters and commands to generate a document with output from R code, such as a figure. Learning how to write R Markdown documents can save enormous amounts of time and energy to finishing a manuscript, thesis, and so so much more! Come to this session to learn a brief introduction to creating reproducible documents with R Markdown.
  • Work with and manage your data efficiently in R
    26 October 2018, 10:00 AM, Aarhus University campus, AU campus, building 1264, room 310
    Analyzing, using, wrangling, and molding data are a core feature and focus of R, as it is a statistical programming language. Come learn the basics of working with and wrangling data (called data frames in R) in this session!
  • Generate beautiful and insightful graphics in R
    19 October 2018, 10:00 AM, Aarhus University campus, AU campus, building 1264, room 310
    One of the main strengths of R is it's ability to create beautiful and meaningful graphs with very little code. Come to this session to learn about the 'grammer of graphics' with ggplot2.
  • Making reproducible documents with R
    15 June 2018, 10:00 AM, Building 1260, room 114
    R has an extremely powerful system for inserting the output of some code into a document such as a manuscript. This is called R Markdown, which uses simple special characters and commands to generate a document with output from R code, such as a figure. Learning how to write R Markdown documents can save enormous amounts of time and energy to finishing a manuscript, thesis, and so so much more! Come to this session to learn a brief introduction to creating reproducible documents with R Markdown.
  • Creating your own functions
    1 June 2018, 11:00 AM, Building 1264, room 310
    Every action in R is a function, so learning what they are and how to create them is a great way to learn more about R. Plus, creating your own functions is a powerful way to become more efficient and productive in your R coding! Come to this session to learn about functions, making them, and using them.