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Join us in the DigiLab (Main Library, Room 300) for our workshop about R markdown as a way of communicating to your audience.

This series of workshops is a continuation of last semester's R series. They will introduce the concepts and power behind the programming language R. These sessions are open to all and are intended for beginners. No experience necessary. 

Full schedule of this semester's workshops, all led by Joey Stanley. :

January 19 - Intro to R Part 1
January 26 - Intro to R Part 2
February 2 - Building Interactive Web pages in R: Introduction to Shiny Part 1
February 9 - Building Interactive Web pages in R: Introduction to Shiny Part 2
February 16 - Visualizations I: Introduction to ggplot2
February 23 - Visualizations II: Customizing plots in ggplot2
March 2 - Visualizations III: Advanced topics in ggplot2
March 9 - Communicating to your audience with R Markdown
March 23 - Clean and tidy data: Tidyverse Part 1
March 30 - Transform, reshape, and modify your data: Tidyverse Part 2
April 6 - Special topics: Regression and mixed-effects modeling
April 13 - Special topics: Network analysis
April 20 - Special topics: Working with text

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Join us in the DigiLab (Main Library, Room 300) for the first part of our workshop about cleaning and tidying data with Tidyverse.

This series of workshops is a continuation of last semester's R series. They will introduce the concepts and power behind the programming language R. These sessions are open to all and are intended for beginners. No experience necessary. 

Full schedule of this semester's workshops, all led by Joey Stanley. :

January 19 - Intro to R Part 1
January 26 - Intro to R Part 2
February 2 - Building Interactive Web pages in R: Introduction to Shiny Part 1
February 9 - Building Interactive Web pages in R: Introduction to Shiny Part 2
February 16 - Visualizations I: Introduction to ggplot2
February 23 - Visualizations II: Customizing plots in ggplot2
March 2 - Visualizations III: Advanced topics in ggplot2
March 9 - Communicating to your audience with R Markdown
March 23 - Clean and tidy data: Tidyverse Part 1
March 30 - Transform, reshape, and modify your data: Tidyverse Part 2
April 6 - Special topics: Regression and mixed-effects modeling
April 13 - Special topics: Network analysis
April 20 - Special topics: Working with text

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Where: Whitehead Road Elementary School, 555 Quailwood Drive, Athens, GA 30606

When: Saturday, March 24, 2018, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Join the Richard B. Russell Library, the Clarke County School District, and other campus and community partners on Saturday, March 24th from 12:00-1:30 PM for the 4th Annual School Lunch Challenge -- a fun event to engage the Athens community with the past, present, and future of the National School Lunch Program! This cooking competition invites four teams of local chefs to create school lunch plates for attendees to sample. Competing teams including Last Resort Grill, Taziki's Mediterranean Cafe, Dondero's Kitchen, and the Food Bank of Northeast Georgia. Tickets are free and available beginning February 24 at https://schoollunchchallenge2018.eventbrite.com 

For more information, call 706-542-5788 or email, jhebbard@uga.edu

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Join us in the DigiLab (Main Library, Room 300) for the second part of our workshop using Tidyverse. This session will focus on transforming, reshaping, and modifying your data. 

This series of workshops is a continuation of last semester's R series. They will introduce the concepts and power behind the programming language R. These sessions are open to all and are intended for beginners. No experience necessary. 

Full schedule of this semester's workshops, all led by Joey Stanley. :

January 19 - Intro to R Part 1
January 26 - Intro to R Part 2
February 2 - Building Interactive Web pages in R: Introduction to Shiny Part 1
February 9 - Building Interactive Web pages in R: Introduction to Shiny Part 2
February 16 - Visualizations I: Introduction to ggplot2
February 23 - Visualizations II: Customizing plots in ggplot2
March 2 - Visualizations III: Advanced topics in ggplot2
March 9 - Communicating to your audience with R Markdown
March 23 - Clean and tidy data: Tidyverse Part 1
March 30 - Transform, reshape, and modify your data: Tidyverse Part 2
April 6 - Special topics: Regression and mixed-effects modeling
April 13 - Special topics: Network analysis
April 20 - Special topics: Working with text

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Speakers: Dr. Anthony Madonna

Date: Tuesday, April 3, 2018, 12:30-1:30PM

Location: Room 277, Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections (Libraries)

This spring join UGA's Richard B. Russell Library for a weekly lunch and learn series focused on developing a better understanding of Congress. Civic Knowledge, Civic Power invites guest speakers to give brief talks on topics connected to the history and function of this branch of government, followed by informal discussion. Coffee and desserts provided. For more information contact russlib@uga.edu or call 706-542-5788.