We are excited to host an online version of one our most popular events - R-Ladies NYC Lightning Talks! We are extending the submission deadline to provide more support for interested speakers, and have added a speaker workshop on 9⁄23 to provide guidance and support. If you are interested in proposing a talk but want to brainstorm ideas, get feedback, or some encouragement, join us for the event on 9⁄23 and RSVP on our meetup page.
Fill out this brief form by Friday, October 1st to submit your application to be a speaker! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfauyyLjj8-S2_XOvk0KHCsy2QC93u5mtXvjRPc0Ohrzi0bzQ/viewform
Lighting talks are five minute talks. You can talk about anything R, Tech, and/or Data Science related. Looking for ideas? How about talking about a cool package you found, how you use R in your company, a favorite learning resource, your journey into Data Science, or a side project you’ve been working on?
We would especially love to hear from people who’ve never presented at a meetup or conference before and/or those who still don’t feel confident speaking publicly. A lightning talk can be a great way to start out speaking, as it’s quick, low-prep, and fun!
Interested in proposing a talk but want to brainstorm ideas, get feedback, or some encouragement? We’re here to help! You can join the #lightningtalks channel in our slack channel or email email@example.com. We would be happy to set up a time to talk with you!
To celebrate the diversity in the R Community, we’re prioritizing presenters who identify as a minority gender (including but not limited to cis/trans women, trans men, non-binary, genderqueer, agender).
Revised Important Dates Submissions due: Friday 10⁄1 Notification of acceptance: Sunday 10⁄4 Accepted speakers confirm participation: Wednesday 10⁄6 Slides due to us: Sunday: 10⁄17 Lightning Talk Event: Tuesday 10⁄19
This event will be hosted over Zoom; the link will be available on this page the morning of the event, and the passcode will be emailed to you. R-Ladies is dedicated to providing a harassment-free experience for everyone. We do not tolerate harassment of participants in any form. Please take a moment to review the R-Ladies Global code of conduct (particularly if this is your first time attending!): https://rladies.org/code-of-conduct
For questions regarding accessibility, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
— Presentations and Speakers — Lightning Talks Lineup
Harnessing R Graphic Tools for Effective Data Visualization Using Overlays and Insets Jaya M. Satagopan |
Pie Charts: Friend or Foe? Rachel Tao |
Data Engineering and Analytics for SARS-Cov-2 Research at Weill Cornell Medicine Sophie Rand |
Surviving Covid-19 After Hospital Discharge: Symptom, Functional, and Adverse Outcomes of Home Health Recipients Yolanda Barrón |
Set in Stone Wella Haya |
R Markdown: Mail Merge on Steroids Melissa Hegeman |
How to Do VLOOKUP in R Alejandra Gerosa | 🐦 @alejagerosa
Plotting Movement Data in R Anika Staccone |
R x RStudio for Communications Rebecca HH Rosen | 📷 @rebeccahhrosen