Presentations of the projects are held the 2021-12-20. You have 15 minutes of presentation + 5 minutes of questions per group. Each member should present a piece of the presentation.

The output of your project must be:

  1. An awesome project!
  2. A super R-package that can be directly installed from your GitHub repository. More specifically you should make sure:
  • you have a DESCRIPTION file with all necessary information including, but not limited to, Package title, general description, dependencies, license, and imports.
  • R/Rcpp functions with documentation including title, description, parameters, authors, exports, and at least one example.
  • A well formatted package skeleton (man, inst, docs, R, etc.)
  • A shiny app to allow someone having absolutely no R knowledge to “use” what you have done in your project. This shiny app should be within your package.
  • The package can seamlessly be installed from your GitHub repository (for example using remotes::install_github("ptds2021/projectGX") where X is your group number.
  • A vignette that illustrates your package/shiny app with nice examples.
  1. The GitHub repository is well-documented with nice commit messages and clear issues (close them once done!). Up-to-date GitHub projects that demonstrate your current organization for the project: TODOs, tasks in progress of resolution, tasks that have been completed.
  2. A website built using blogdown showcasing your work and your package. In particular, you should at least motivate your package and explain how to use it. You should also make a short video showing how to use the package.