Modeling in the "tidyverse" with R Package: broom
David Robinson is Chief Data Scientist at DataCamp. He earned his PhD in Quantitative and Computational Biology from Princeton University. His interests include statistics, data analysis, genomics, education, and programming in R and Python. He is the author of several R packages, including broom, a package for converting messy model outputs into tidy data frames.
Register by sending an email from your princeton.edu email address to firstname.lastname@example.org that contains "broom" as the subject.
Attendees should have previous R experience and be comfortable with R data frames, but those with all levels of R proficiency, from "beginner" to "R guru" are welcome to attend.
Lecture, discussion and hands-on exercises.