Meet at the UseR2011 conference in UK

June 21, 2011

(This article was first published on » R-project, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers) provides researchers and companies with the resources to perform high performance calculations in the cloud. We currently focus on the well-known open-source statistics program R ( R is a strongly functional language and environment for statistical computing. You can explore data sets, make graphical displays of data, run statistical simulations and much more.

This year’s user conference (UseR2011) will take place at the University of Warwick, Coventry, UK, August 16-18, 2011. is going to participate at the conference with a Late-Breaking Poster ( – Your Calculation Cloud for R; Markus Schmidberger, Moritz von Petersdorff-Campen, Markus Fensterer, Erik Muttersbach) and submitted a Lightning Talk.

We hope to meet you at the conference in Coventry and we are looking forward to have interesting discussions at this event! If your are interested in a life demonstration please contact [email protected]

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