The Data Analysis Networking Group (DANG!) is a forum for post-docs, grad students, and other researchers at the University of Michigan to discuss how to analyze, present, and visualize their data. Monthly meetings cover requested topics or specific problems & solutions that we have encountered. Don’t know how to visualize your results? Come to DANG!, and hopefully as a group we can come up with a method. Did you recently discover an amazing R package or script? Come to DANG!, and share with us how you accomplished that. Our hope is that these meetings & discussions will foster new ideas within our respective fields.

DANG! is proud to be supported by a Rackham Interdisciplinary Workshop grant.

Get Involved!

Check out our past and upcoming events here. You can find tutorials and other video content on our YouTube channel.

Join our MCommunity Group and follow us on Twitter to get updates about upcoming meetings, events, & new videos. Join our Slack workspace to stay connected with the DANG! community. (New to Slack? Here’s how to get started!)

We’re always looking for community members to get involved with planning & leading our meetings or creating videos. If you have a topic idea or would like to present, sign up by contacting us at umich.dang-requests@umich.edu. Anyone can lead a meeting or create a video! Check out our events and videos to see topics we’ve covered recently.

DANG! is committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment for everybody. We expect all participants to adhere to our Code of Conduct.