Help me help you. Creating reproducible examples - Jenny Bryan

September 21, 2018 Jenny Bryan

What is a reprex? It’s a reproducible example. Making a great reprex is both an art and a science and this webinar will cover both aspects. A reprex makes a conversation about code more efficient and pleasant for all. This comes up whenever you ask someone for help, report a bug in software, or propose a new feature. The reprex package (https://reprex.tidyverse.org) makes it especially easy to prepare R code as a reprex, in order to share on sites such as https://community.rstudio.com, https://github.com, or https://stackoverflow.com. The habit of making little, rigorous, self-contained examples also has the great side effect of making you think more clearly about your programming problems.

 

About the Author

Jenny Bryan

Jenny is a recovering biostatistician who takes special delight in eliminating the small agonies of data analysis. She’s part of Hadley’s team, working on R packages and integrating them into fluid workflows. She’s been working in R/S for over 20 years, serves in the leadership of rOpenSci and Forwards, and is an Ordinary Member of the R Foundation. Jenny is an Associate Professor of Statistics (on leave) at the University of British Columbia, where she created the course STAT 545.

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