yyyymmdd_topicname.htmland adapt to the requirements/needs of the session (don’t take the template to rigid ;-). Slides are created in remark and can be written as a markdown file. Note the extension is
htmlto properly render in the web page (more info here):
bundle exec jekyll serve --baseurl ""(make sure to have Ruby (with Devkit, version <= 2.7), with the gems
github-pagesinstalled ). Info on the theme used is available here.
yyyymmdd_challenges.Rand add it to the
Remark, when creating links to other files, make sure to use the jekyll link system by combining the base url reference with the relative link.
YYYYMMDD_challenges_solutions.Rfile to the src folder.
change links to proper links
If your unaware of the coding club existence, make sure to check the coding club introduction page on intranet. In short, the coding club is open to anyone who want to develop R skills in a pleasant and supportive environment to do research more effectively.
The next coding club will take place on Tuesday 26 February, room 01.70 - Ferdinand Peeters at Herman Teirlinck (Tour & Taxis Brussels), 10-12h. The topic of this coding club is geospatial data handling in R and more specific working with simple features (sf), also known as vector data (cfr. stored in shapefiles or geojson files). Hence we will try to read in files, transform data, combine the spatial data with non-spatial data, etc. (Notice, making maps will be the topic of a follow-up coding club.)
The concept of the coding club remains the same: everyone works together and learns from each other. We will provide some challenges and appropriate test cases. As always, presence at previous edition is not required to join in this time, you can just jump in this edition as well.
To subscribe, fill in your name on this gsheet. The limitation of subscriptions is defined by the number of spaces in the room.
See you all theRe in good shape,
Raïsa, Emma, Dirk, Hans, Damiano
We created an hackmd template you can start from.
Here below a practical example as well:
# INBO CODING CLUB 26 April, 2018 Welcome! ## Share your code snippet If you want to share your code snippet, copy paste your snippet within a section of three backticks (```): As an **example**: ```r library(tidyverse) ... ``` (*you can copy paste this example and add your code further down, but do not fill in your code in this section*) ## Yellow sticky notes No yellow sticky notes online. Put your name + " | " and add a "*" each time you solve a challenge (see below). ## Participants Name | Challenges --- | --- Damiano Oldoni | Your snippets: ### ADD A TITLE OF YOUR SNIPPET ```r # ADD YOUR CODE HERE ``` ###...
We provide an old school Movie Maker template to start editing the video, where logo at the beginning and at the end are already uploaded. Still, feel free to use any other (less obsolete) video editor program.
Title: “yyyy-mm-dd - topic - INBO coding club”. Example: “2020-06-30 - functional programming in R with purrr - INBO coding club”
Description: short description of the topic, typically a copy paste from the invitation email. Add link to slides and hackmd and level (beginners, intermediate, …) at the end. Example:
The topic of this INBO coding club edition is functional programming in R, alias loops on steroids. We will be using the package purrr, part of the tidyverse universe, which provides a complete and consistent set of tools to work with functions and vectors. If you have never heard about it, this INBO coding club session is the perfect occasion to learn it in a friendly and informal environment. For who already knows purrr, e.g. its map() functions, this session will offer the opportunity to increase the knowledge of this very powerful package.
Privacy: “Anyone can see this video”
Folder: INBO Coding Club
Language (in Distribution tab, Discovery section): English
Tags (in Distribution tab, Discovery section): programming, INBO coding club, R, other session related tags
programming, INBO coding club, R, functional programming, purrr, tidyverse
Credits & collaborators (in Distribution tab, Discovery section): an author (main author of the slides and typically the moderator of the coding club session) and any other contributor.
Example: Damiano Oldoni (role: author), Hans Van Calster (role: contributor)
Creative Common license (in Distribution tab, Discovery section): Attribution
Enable video review page: YES
Content rating: All audiences
Use topic badge as thumbnail.