Join us in our quarterly Community Calls to hear about best practices, new projects, Q&As with well known developers, and to learn more about rOpenSci developments. These are free and open for anyone to attend and provide an opportunity to connect with rOpenSci community members around the world.
We aim to leave at least 20 minutes for open Q&A and we use collaborative note-taking allowing participants share ideas or resources and to ask questions. All past calls were recorded and are available online.
Have an idea for a Community Call topic? Tell us what you'd like to hear about or tell us a topic you're keen to speak about in our discussion forum.
Involving Multilingual Communities – Melina Vidoni | Emilio Bruna | Rayna Harris
Security for R – Ildi Czeller | Bob Rudis
Research Applications of rOpenSci Taxonomy and Biodiversity Tools – Zachary Foster | Scott Chamberlain | Margaret Siple | Kathryn Turner | Kari Norman | Ciera Martinez
Working with images in R – Jeroen Ooms
Code Review in the Lab, or ... How do you review code that accompanies a research project or paper? – Carl Boettiger | Hao Ye | Julia Stewart Lowndes | Melanie Frazier
rOpenSci Software Review and Onboarding – Andee Kaplan | Noam Ross
How to Ask Questions so they get Answered! Possibly by Yourself! – JD Long | Jenny Bryan | Scott Chamberlain
How do I Create a Code of Conduct for my Event/Lab/Codebase? – C. Titus Brown | Pauline Barmby | Safia Abdalla
Advanced Graphics and Image Processing in R with magick – Jeroen Ooms
Python String Methods in R, pystr – Nicole White
Google Sheets in R – Jenny Bryan
Designing dat 1.0 – Karissa McKelvey
Failing Fast and Early, assertr – Tony Fischetti
Tools for R package development, metacran – Gábor Csárdi
Getting NCBI Data into your R Sessions, rentrez; rocker, Docker for R – Carl Boettiger | David Winter
Getting Your Data into R – Hadley Wickham
htmlwidgets, Binding JS Libraries Made Easy – Ramnath Vaidyanathan
Reproducibility Hackathon – Ciera Martinez