presenter: Create a 'semnar_presenter' object with presenter details

Description Usage Arguments Value See Also Examples

Description

Create a semnar_presenter object with presenter details

Usage

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presenter(name = NA, midname = NA, surname = NA, affiliation = NA,
  link = NA, email = NA, address = NA)

Arguments

name

name of the presenter; character string or NA (default).

midname

middle name of the presenter; character string or NA (default).

surname

surname of the presenter; character string or NA (default).

affiliation

affiliation of the presenter; character string or NA (default).

link

link to the webpage of the presenter; character string or NA (default).

email

email of the presenter; character string or NA (default).

address

address of the presenter; character string or NA (default).

Value

A structured data.frame that also inherits from class semnar_presenter, including the supplied presenter details.

See Also

get_presenter set_presenter

Examples

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# A past talk of mine
ik_warwick <- presenter(name = "Ioannis", surname = "Kosmidis",
                        affiliation = "University of Warwick", link = "http://www.ikosmidis.com")
out <- add_presentation(country = "England", city = "Coventry",
                        lon = -1.560843, lat = 52.384019,
                        event = "Young Researchers' Meeting",
                        title = "A workflow that most probably isn't yours",
                        presenter = ik_warwick,
                        link = "https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/statistics/news/yrm/",
                        type = "presentation", institution = "University of Warwick",
                        department = "Department of Statistics",
                        venue = "Mathematical Sciences Building", room = "M1.02",
                        year = 2019, month = 5, day = 28,
                        start_hour = 16, start_min = 00,
                        end_hour = 17, end_min = 00)

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