TL;DR I used my timeline from Google Maps along with the ggmap package to count the number of days I have spent in Canada in the last 4 years in order to facilitate my Canadian citizenship application.
⚠️ Disclaimer: n00b: This is the first time I have dabbled with wrangling map data in R (outside of R-Ladies workshops). I am not a geocoder and this is no way relates to what I do for research (aside from wrangling data).
I gave an intro workshop on ggplot (“Figuring out Figures in R”) for our R-Ladies #LdnOnt crew at the end of October. Those materials are online now in various forms:
The slides themselves Github repo containing the source code to the slides, the data, and an .R script including some of the code we played around with Google Drive folder containing everything you can find at our GitHub (trying to be cross-platform friendly, here!
Tutorial for a workshop I gave for our R-Ladies #LdnOnt group, focused on learning to use rmarkdown and bookdown R packages to write your dissertation.