Wednesday, January 29

All times are listed in Pacific Standard Time (PST)

Session 1: Education
11:30a - 1:00p

Meet You Where You R
Lauren Chadwick, RStudio

Data Science Education in 2022
Carl Howe & Greg Wilson, RStudio

Data science education as an economic and public health intervention in East Baltimore
Jeff Leek, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Health

Of Teacups, Giraffes, & R Markdown
Desiree De Leon, Emory University

Session 2: Community
2:15p - 3:45p

If you build it, they will come...but then what? Facilitating communities of practice in R
Dr. Kate Hertweck, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Embracing R in the Geospatial Community
Tina Cormier, Indigo

The development of "datos" package for the R4DS Spanish translation
Riva Quiroga, The Programming Historian

R: Then and Now
Jared Lander, Lander Analytics

Session 3: Programming
4:00p - 5:30p

Getting things logged
Gergely Daroczi, System1

Technical debt is a social problem
Mr. Gordon Shotwell, Socure

Parallel computing with R using foreach, future, and other packages
Bryan Lewis

Future: Simple Async, Parallel & Distributed Processing in R - What's Next?
Henrik Bengtsson, University of California, San Francisco

Thursday, January 30

All times are listed in Pacific Standard Time (PST)

Session 4: Communication
10:30a - 12:00p

Branding and Packaging Reports with R Markdown
Dr. Jake Thompson, Accessible Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Systems

Don’t repeat yourself, talk to yourself! Repeated reporting in the R universe.
Sharla Gelfand, R and Shiny Developer

How Rmarkdown changed my life
Rob Hyndman, Monash University

One R Markdown Document, Fourteen Demos
Yihui Xie, RStudio

Session 5: ggplot2
1:00p - 2:30p

Best practices for programming with ggplot2
Dewey Dunnington, Dalhousie University

Spruce up your ggplot2 visualizations with formatted text
Claus Wilke, University of Texas at Austin

The little package that could: taking visualizations to the next level with the scales package
Dana Seidel, Plenty Unlimited

Extending your ability to extend ggplot2
Thomas Lin Pedersen, RStudio

Session 6: Lighning Talks
2:45a - 3:30p

Colin Rundel, University of Edinburgh
Jay Campanell, Liberal Arts and Sciences Academy
Kelly Bodwin, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
Mx. Yim Register, RStudio & University of Washington
Mike K Smith, Pfizer
Jon Harmon, Macmillan Learning
Therese Anders, Hertie School
Hunter Glanz, California Polytechnic State University
Maya Gans, RStudio