Grow your data science skills at posit::conf(2024)

August 12th-14th in Seattle

The Associated Press data team primarily uses R and the Tidyverse as the main tool for doing data processing and analysis. In this talk, some of the technology behind the published stories will be showcased: – Using dbplyr to work off a hosted database containing 380 million opioid records to identify "pill mills". – Using open-sourced AP style templates for R Markdown and ggplot to quickly produce graphics and reports off breaking news. – Using R Markdown and htmlwidgets to give reporters and editors interactive reports to identify reporting leads.

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