June 29: The Royal Statistical Society talks R

June 7, 2012
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(This article was first published on Revolutions, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

On June 29, the Royal Statistical Society will host six hours of presentations about R, under the banner "To R, or not to R, that is the question". Speakers include R Core member Prof Uwe Ligges, Dr Wayne Jones (from Shell UK), and Dr Peter Nash (from Imperial College London), among others. 

The event takes place June 29 at the RSS's historic headquarters in Islington, London. Advance registration with payment is required, and costs £35-£45 for RSS members and £60-£85 for non members. You can find more information and a booking form at the link below.

Royal Statistical Society: To R, or not to R, that is the question (via Dave Giles)

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