This Wednesday I'm giving a talk at the Cleveland R Users Group (CRUG). The foci of the talk will be on (i) implementing ordinary differential, (ii) modeling stochastic differential equations (SDEs), and (iii) using our R package, QPot, to calculate quasi-potentials for two-dimensional systems of SDEs. I am following last month's talk given by R superstar Hadley Wickham. It's going to be math-lite and image-heavy. I also used the program RStudio for the first time because they have a nifty way to create presentations using R markdown as one of the ways that they create dynamic documents in R. The slides I created are written as .html files, so you can view them in your browser and they can be found by following this link: link to slides.