Introduction to the Tidyverse, part 3: functional programming with purrr

Abstract

Part 3 from a series at the USC Biostatistics Seminar introducing the Tidyverse. This talk introduces purrr for iteration and functional programming.

Date
May 16, 2019 10:00 AM — 12:00 PM
Event
USC Biostatistics Seminar
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Malcolm Barrett
PhD Student in Epidemiology

I am an R developer and a PhD student in Epidemiology at the University of Southern California. My work in public health has spanned on-ground clinical education and research for clinical and cohort studies. Previously, I was an intern at RStudio, and I served two years in AmeriCorps at federally-qualified health centers in Michigan and New York City.