In this session (check out the details here) you have the opportunity to see some great people and myself showcase the power of
R in hydrology - that is, recent packages, models and approaches. Recent developments around the
R user and developer base (e.g. R-Ladies) will also be discussed. This is the second installment of the short course (started by Berry Boessenkool), which we hope will turn into a longer running series at the EGU AGMs.
R is an exceptionally useful programming language for data science, modelling and producing (interactive) content. It’s increasingly growing in popularity - from both employee and employer perspective (see this infographic) - due to its flexibility and open source nature. Academia has caught on, and
R is now becoming more and more part of our day-to-day workflows. In short: don’t miss out on 1.5 hours of hydrology and
When and where?
On Wednesday, 11 April. From 10:30 to 12:00 in Room -2.16.
Note the minus in the room number -2.16. Don’t go looking for us up on the second floor - we love basements!
- Louise Slater (lead)
- Shaun Harrigan
- Tobias Gauster
- Alexander Hurley
- Guillaume Thirel
- Claudia Vitolo
See you there!