WU Wien presentations

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Last week I had the opportunity to spend a few days at the
Institute for Statistics and Mathematics
of the WU Vienna / Wirtschaftsuniversitaet Wien.
On Thursday, I gave a seminar on
Rcpp and
RInside introducing
all the recent work with Romain on making R and C++ integration easier.
(compact) handout and
(full) presentation
slides are now posted alongside the
other presentations.

On Friday, I also gave an informal lecture / tutorial / workshop to some of the
Stats and Finance Ph.D. students, drawing largely from the section on
parallel computing of the most recent

Introduction to High-Performance Computing with R tutorial

My sincere thanks to Kurt Hornik and Stefan Theussl for the invite — it was
a great trip, notwithstanding the mostly unseasonally cold and wet weather.

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