EARL and other upcoming events

July 28, 2014

(This article was first published on Portfolio Probe » R language, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)



As in “Effective Applications of the R Language”.

2014 September 15-17, London.

Somehow they gave higher billing to Ben Goldacre than to Pat Burns.  If Obama were coming, they’d probably bill him above me too — and what does he know about R?  In spite of that little glitch, I’m sure it will be a good time.

See the conference website.

New Events


2014 August 26.  Correcting quantitative finance’s erroneous understanding and calculations of mathematical averaging

London Quant Group Autumn Seminar

2014 September 7-10, Oxford.

See the LQG website for details.

14-10 Club

2014 September 11.

“Bitcoin: a human reaction to centralisation” and “Happiness by Design”.

Details at the 14-10 website.

London Quant Group

2014 October 7, London.

See the LQG website for details.

14-10 Club

2014 October 9.

“Advanced internal funding process for banks” and “Behavioural Finance”.

Details at the 14-10 website.

14-10 Club

2014 November 6.

“What can science teach business (and vice versa)” and “Physics of Finance”.

Details at the 14-10 website.

London Quant Group

2014 November 11, London.

See the LQG website for details.

London Quant Group

2014 December 8, London.

See the LQG website for details.

14-10 Club

2014 December 10.

“Hedge funds turn to psychology software” and “The softer side of physics”.

Details at the 14-10 website.

Computational and Financial Econometrics 2014

2014 December 6 – 8, Pisa.

Details at the conference website.

Even more events

MoneyScience has an events calendar.

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