Last week I had the pleasure of introducing the magic of The Tidyverse at the Intelligent Cloud Conference here in Copenhagen. This blog post is a short introduction to my talk – and also contains a link to the slides I showed during the presentation. They’re all made with R, of course.
In just a few years a suite of clever R packages commonly known as “The Tidyverse” has almost by it’s own smashed the steep learning curve that previously made R so hard on newcomers and data science experts alike.
This talk introduces the “Tidyverse”, from it’s early roots as an academic pamphlet urging for the importance of “Tidy Data”, to the irresistable force of nature it has become today.
During the talk the most important packages of the suite will be introduced and pinned to where they belong in the simple but powerful workflow that is also an important part of “the tidyverse way” of doing data science.
All focused on the vast amount of data wrangling that is the evil basis of all data analysis. Expect tips, tricks, inspiration and background that is relevant not just for people already married to R.
The Intelligent Cloud Conference 2018 Cph
Day 1 – AI / Data Science Track – session 5 – 16:30-17:30
See the slides at RPubs or download as pdf
Download “Tidyverse – the hidden revolution sweeping the R universe” tidyverse_icc_2018.pdf – 8.87 MB
Niels Ole Dam
Niels er stifter og ejer af Things in Flow. Han har arbejdet som både teamleder, journalist, digital konceptudvikler og webredaktør, og har desuden mange års konsulenterfaring med store redaktionelle websites på open source platformen Drupal. Arbejder i dag med coaching inden for personlig produktivitet, samt som mødefacilitator, ekstern projektkonsulent og flowudvikler for en række enkeltpersoner, firmaer og organisationer. Er desuden stærk til dataanalyse med både R, Disco og ProM.