The R Penn Group (RPG), presented by the Research Data & Digital Scholarship team at the Penn Libraries, is an initiative that meets to discuss, learn, and collaborate on topics and projects related to statistics, mapping, data wrangling, visualization, and analysis with the R programming language through community-focused problem solving.
This semester we will learn from students how we can develop research posters using R tools in the beginning of each session. We welcome you to open-ended exploration of the ways in which the R programming language can enhance our academic pursuits. We look forward to seeing you there! All skill levels are welcome.
More about RPG
RPG invites anyone interested in or already working with the amazing programming language R to gather in an open environment to discuss and learn together. Feel free to join our session to explore concrete examples of programming with R, discuss your roadblocks on ongoing projects, help each other troubleshoot, or even share an interesting past or present project!
Be in the know: Check out our upcoming events, browse materials from previous sessions, and find more resources in our online guide.
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