Can you track your health status and your BMI simply by entering some personal data? Let's see how we did it with a brand new Shiny app.
Experienced and wannabe speakers; R professionals and enthusiasts; people with good ideas and will to share them: this is who we are looking for. For what? For our Call for Submissions!
We are ready for the third R-Lab, the monthly appointment where we co-work together on a real data science problem using R. This time the R-Lab is promoted by nothing but the Assessorato alla Partecipazione, Cittadinanza Attiva e Open Data of the Comune di Milano! We will access their municipality budget data, and use one day of joint work for designing and realizing an R Shiny app that allows citizens to visualize and explore the city revenues and spending info.
In R-Lab#2 we realized a Shinyapp that shows the earthquakes evolution over the Bove-Vettore fault. Here report, code, slides and app!
The R-Labs are monthly evening meetings where we co-work together on a real data science problem, hands on code. We are ready for the R-Lab#2, on April 11th!
With the help of EarthCloud, we will try to map the earthquakes that happened over a specific fault, to study the fault evolution over time and provide qualitative and quantitative insights about it. To achieve this goal, we will review and use Shiny, the R framework for interactive visualization, and R packeges for maps as ggmap and Leaflet
Great news for the MilanoR community: we are launching R-Lab, a monthly R project of co-working with R on real data science projects.
Either if you are an R expert, a beginner, or you just curious, you are welcome to join us! The first event will be on March 14th, in Mikamai, Milano. We will introduce the R-Lab project and then go to the theme of the day: "RStudio addins: a shortcut to your favourite functionalities"