Opinion Mining of Climate Change Research and Xaringan Slides

By Yemi Odeyemi & Zhi Yang | February 26, 2019

These talks will be held on Tuesday, February 26th, 2019.

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Speaker: Yemi Odeyemi
Title: Opinion Mining of Climate Change Research

Climate is defined as the long-term impact of weather on a specific locality. Statistically, climate is defined as the average weather for a specific area over a defined period, usually over three to four decades. Over the years we have seen the socioeconomic impacts of climate change on public health, agriculture/nutrition, nutrient cycle, migration, local economy. In recent times, there has been a huge debate on the polarity of climate change impact, with energy companies arguing against the impact of climate change while the government regulators arguing for. In this study we assessed the sentiments/opinions of general discourse of NSF funded climate change research to ascertain if funding source influences the outcome of the research.


Speaker: Zhi Yang
Title: How to make slides in R using xaringan

Abstract: xaringan is an R package that creates slideshows with remark.js through R Markdown. It simply turns a single R Markdown file to slides that support code syntax highlighting, live demos, images, gifs, math equations, and etc.. It makes your codes readable and easy to explain in those beautiful and effective browser-based slides with the presenter mode. And it also provides power and flexibility to customize advanced presentation themes with CSS. We will go over how to use xaringan to make slides, highlight code/output, manipulate images and texts, create layouts, host slides, version control and etc.

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