I was recently reminded that the wonderful team at warwick University made sure to put online many of the slides (and some videos) of talks from the recent useR 2011 conference. You can browse through the talks by going between the timetables (where it will be the most updated, if more slides will be added later), but I thought it might be more convenient for some of you to have the links to all the talks (with slides/videos) in one place.
I am grateful for all of the wonderful people who put their time in making such an amazing event (organizers, speakers, attendees), and also for the many speakers who made sure to share their talk/slides online for all of us to reference. I hope to see this open-slides trend will continue in the upcoming useR conferences…
Bellow are all the links:
Tuesday 16th August
Lightning Talks
- Community and Communication, MS.02, Chair: Ashley Ford
- George Zhang: China R user conference [Slides]
- Tal Galili: Blogging and R – present and future [Link]
- Markus Schmidberger: Get your R application onto a powerful and fully-configured Cloud Computing environment in less than 5 minutes. [Slides]
- Eirini Koutoumanou: Teaching R to Non Package Literate Users [Slides]
- Randall Pruim: Teaching Statistics using the mosaic Package [Slides]
- Statistics and Programming, MS.01, Chair: Elke Thönnes
- Toby Dylan Hocking: Fast, named capture regular expressions in R2.14 [Slides]
- John C. Nash: Developments in optimization tools for R [Slides]
- Christophe Dutang: A Unified Approach to fit probability distributions [Slides]
- Package Showcase, MS.03, Chair: Jennifer Rogers
- James Foadi: cRy: statistical applications in macromolecular crystallography [Slides]
- Emilio López: Six Sigma is possible with R [Slides]
- Jonathan Clayden: Medical image processing with TractoR [Slides]
- Richard A. Bilonick: Using merror 2.0 to Analyze Measurement Error and Determine Calibration Curves [Slides]
Wednesday 17th August
Thursday 18th August
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