Submit a talk to the R user conference in LA!

March 12, 2014
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(This article was first published on Revolutions, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

The worldwide R user conference, useR! 2014, will take in Los Angeles, June 30-July 3. If you're an R user, or just interested in learning about what R can do first-hand from members of the R community, this is the conference to attend. To get an idea of what to expect, check out our roundups of prior conferences in Warwick (UK), Nashville (USA), and Albacete (Spain).

Revolution Analytics is proud to be a sponsor once again this year, but useR! is primarily a community-driven conference, organized and presented by R users from around the world. The quality of the presentations has always been thanks to the contributions of R users themselves, and this year is no different. If you're planning to attend, we strongly encourage you to submit a talk proposal and share with other R users your experiences and knowledge about using R.

I'd like to make a special request to anyone using R in any real-world application to contribute to the "Business and Enterprise Applications Track". In this section, the goal is to highlight some of the ways that R is involved in today's data-driven businesses, whether number-crunching behind the scenes, or front-and-center in interactive applications. For some food for thought, check out the applications section of this blog for some practical examples of R in action. Revolution Analytics is sponsoring the video recording of this session, so your contributions will be preserved and shared for everyone to see.

The deadline for talk proposals is March 30, so don't delay!

useR! 2014: Abstract Submission

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