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To R or not to R, and other events

June 21, 2012
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To R or not to R, and other events

New events To R, or not to R, that is the question The Statistical Computing Section of the Royal Statistical Society presents a one-day event on 2012 June 29. The details of the day.  See in particular the abstract for “Teaching statistics: a pain in the R?” by Andy Field — it involves a sheepdog … Continue reading...

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UseR 2012 highlights

June 20, 2012
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UseR 2012 highlights

The eighth annual R user conference, UseR! 2012, has come and gone — and what an event it was! I've been to five useR! conferences so far, and each one improves upon the last. This year's conference at Vanderbilt was the best so far: an outstanding location (my first visit to Nashville, a great city), excellent facilities (the lecture...

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June 20: See the new features of Revolution R Enterprise 6

June 18, 2012
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A quick heads-up that I'll be hosting a live webinar this Wednesday (June 20) with my colleage Sue Ranney on the new Revolution R Enterprise 6. If you've never taken a look at Revolution R Enterprise and want to know it's different from open-source R, or just want to learn about the new features, then please join us on...

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June 29: The Royal Statistical Society talks R

June 7, 2012
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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...

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CambR and other upcoming events

May 21, 2012
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CambR and other upcoming events

New events CambR (Cambridge UK R user group) 2012 May 29 6:30 PM for 7:00 PM start. Pat Burns “Inferno-ish R” Abstract: While R is wonderful, it is not uniformly wonderful. We highlight a few things generally found to be confusing, and outline the forces that have driven such imperfections. Markus Gesmann “Interactive charts with … Continue reading...

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“Introduction to R” public course

May 8, 2012
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Milano R net, in collaboration with Quantide, organizes an "Introduction to R" courseMilano; June 7-8, 2012 Continue reading →

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Thursday: Tweet-chat on Multiple Sclerosis research

May 7, 2012
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The story about the great work that SUNY Buffalo has been doing to find a cure for Multiple Sclerosis with Revolution R Enterprise and IBM Netezza has generated a lot of attention, with stories in Forbes, InformationWeek and eWeek (amongst others). To continue the discussion, IBM has put together a panel for a "Tweet Chat" on Thursday (May 10)...

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Rmetrics financial engineering workshop

April 24, 2012
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For those looking for an in-depth workshop on financial engineering with R, look no further than the R/Rmetrics Workshop and Summer School held annually in beautiful Meielisalp, Switzerland. This is an intimate workshop limited to around 50 participants, and features tutorials from leading practitioners in finance with R. This year's workshop takes plase June 24-28. You can find the...

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Revolution Analytics Spring Webinar Series

April 17, 2012
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The webinar team at Revolution Analytics has put together a great program over the next couple of months. With a mix of guest speakers and Revolution Analytics staff, this series will cover topics as diverse as Big Data with R and Hadoop, integrating R with MS Office, spatial statistics with R, data mining with R, retail marketing analytics, and...

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Compete in the Data Science Hackathon, April 28

April 5, 2012
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All around the world at noon GMT on April 28, data scientists around the world will compete in the world's first one-day International Data Science Hackathon, organized by Data Science London. Participants will receive a data set at the beginning of the event, and work in teams of 3-5 over the following 24 hours to create the best predictive...

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