Call for papers: Budapest BI Forum

September 3, 2013

(This article was first published on rapporter, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

I am really happy to share some news with all R users about an upcoming conference to be hold in Budapest, Hungary. The organisers gave birth to the Hungarian Open Source BI Conference and the Innovative BI conference last year, and now building on the best traditions of those, the forthcoming Budapest BI Forum will not only concentrate on business intelligence topics, but the two day session will cover topics like open-source analytics software and data sources, data visualisation and data mining beside other exciting lightning and regular talks.

As far as I’ve heard, the organizers would like to see many R related topics and talks at the conference, and they are also willing to even cover the travel costs of the best applicants, so there we will be probably able to meet some of the most well-known users and developers from all over the R world. I really hope so!

Please see the Call for Papers for more details.

See you on the 6th of November at Budapest BI Forum, where I probably will talk about our reporting/analytics SaaS and also a bit about my R packages like pander and rapport.

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