The future of R on the web at #user2014

June 27, 2014

(This article was first published on OpenCPU, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

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The schedule and abstracts for useR! 2014 have been posted on the conference website. Session 2 (tuesday 1pm) of the Kaleidoscope track will feature a fantastic set of talks about R and the web, including RCloud (Gordon Woodhull, AT&T), OpenCPU (Jeroen Ooms, UCLA), Shiny (Joe Cheng, RStudio) and rOpenSci (Karthik Ram, UC Berkeley).

The presentation about OpenCPU will be a high level introduction and go over some of the concepts from the recent whitepaper. The abstract and slides are available from the website. See you there!

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