Jenny Bryan (twitter, GitHub) is a professor at the University of British Columbia. She’s been using and teaching R (or S!) for 20 years, most recently in STAT 545 and Software Carpentry. Other aspects of her R life include work with rOpenSci, development of the
gapminder packages, and being academic director for UBC’s Master of Data Science.
The development and delivery of this material has benefited greatly from contributions by:
- Dean Attali (blog, GitHub, twitter) who recently earned his M.Sc. Bioinformatics at UBC. He’s the developer of the shinyjs package and much more.
- Bernhard Konrad (GitHub, twitter) recently earned his Ph.D. in Applied Math at UBC, completed an Insight Data Science Fellowship, and is a software engineer at Google.
- Shaun Jackman (GitHub, twitter, sjackman.ca) is a Ph.D. in bioinformatics at UBC, the lead developer of Linuxbrew and a developer of Homebrew-Science and the genome sequence assembly software ABySS
- The STAT 545 TA group