What a fun week at EGU2018 that was. Unfortunately, due to our time constraints and the many facets of
R, I had to cut down on my content delivery for the actual presentation. But fear not:
the entire tutorial (director’s cut) is right here, and you can find the raw document here.
#rstats topics that are covered include:
- intro to the #tidyverse (piping, mapping, nesting)
- data handling
- statistcal modelling (parameter estimation and model selection)
- a tiny bit of spatial methods
EGU2018 was immensely fun and stimulating, and the short course was a great success (especially working with the convener team and receiving immediate feedback):
Many thanks to all those who attended/contributed to our short course 'Using R in #Hydrology' at #EGU18 this year! The course materials and #rstats code are all freely available on the @YoungHydrology GitHub page: https://t.co/qCKJPerspn 😊- Hopefully a bigger room next year! pic.twitter.com/k7ZttfE1Zr— Louise Slater (@DrLouiseSlater) April 18, 2018
Thanks again to everybody that was involved or came along.
As always, feel free to contact me with any questions, advice or feedback.
See you at EGU2019!