Additional Material

While the workshops will assume a beginner-to-intermediate level of comfort with R or another coding language, we recognize that not all participants may have experience with coding. To help prime Workshop attendees with some resources prior to the workshop, we have have included the below videos, which come from a Workshop hosted by the Washington State University Center for Environmental Research, Education, and Outreach (CEREO). Materials for the workshop were created by each instructor, and so if you are interested in accessing the materials for a given speaker's video clip, please contact them directly. Twitter handles and website materials are provided for each instructor in the video's title.

Git/Hub, tidyverse with Nicholas Potter Twitter: @econpotter

R Markdown with Alex Kappes Twitter: @alex_kappes341

Intro to statistical modeling with Michael Meyer Twitter: @mishafredmeyer

Intro to R-package Drake with Matthew Brousil Twitter: @mrbrousil

GitHub websites with Sarah Murphy Twitter: @sarahymurphy