June 20, online Registration deadline for useR! 2010

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useR!2010 is coming. I am going to give two talks there (I will write more of that soon), but in the meantime, please note that the online registration deadline is coming to an end.

This was published on the R-help mailing list today:


The final registration deadline for the R User Conference is June 20,
2010, one week away.  Later registration will not be possible on site!

Conference webpage:  http://www.R-project.org/useR-2010
Conference program: http://www.R-project.org/useR-2010/program.html


The conference is scheduled for July 21-23, 2010, and will take place at
the campus of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in
Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA.

Following the successful useR! 2004, useR! 2006, useR! 2007, useR! 2008,
and useR! 2009, conferences, the conference is focused on:

1. R as the `lingua franca’ of data analysis and statistical computing,
2. providing a platform for R users to discuss and exchange ideas on
how R can be used to do statistical computations, data analysis,
visualization and exciting applications in various fields,
3. giving an overview of the new features of the rapidly evolving R

As for the predecessor conferences, the program will consist of two parts:
invited lectures and user-contributed sessions.  Prior to the conference,
there will be tutorials on R, descriptions of which are available at


Invited speakers will include

Mark Handcock, Frank Harrell Jr, Friedrich Leisch, Michael Meyer,
Richard Stallman, Luke Tierney, Diethelm Wuertz.


The sessions will be a platform to bring together R users, contributors,
package maintainers and developers in the S spirit that `users are
developers’. People from different fields will show us how they solve
problems with R in fascinating applications.  The sessions are organized
by members of the program committee, including

Dirk Eddelbuettel, John Fox, Virgilio Gomez-Rubio,
Richard Heiberger, Torsten Hothorn, Aaron King, Jan de Leeuw,
Nicholas Lewin-Koh, Andy Liaw, Uwe Ligges, Martin Maechler,
Katharine Mullen, Heather Turner, Ravi Varadhan, H. D. Vinod,
John Verzani, Alan Zaslavsky, Achim Zeileis.

The program will cover topics such as

* Applied Statistics & Biostatistics
* Bayesian Statistics
* Bioinformatics
* Chemometrics and Computational Physics
* Data Mining
* Econometrics & Finance
* Environmetrics & Ecological Modeling
* High Performance Computing
* Machine Learning
* Marketing & Business Analytics
* Psychometrics
* Robust Statistics
* Social network analysis
* Spatial Statistics
* Statistics in the Social and Political Sciences
* Teaching
* Visualization & Graphics
* and many more.


**   2010-06-20 registration deadline
**                (later registration NOT possible on site)
2010-07-20   tutorials
2010-07-21   conference start
2010-07-23   conference end

We hope to meet you in Gaithersburg!

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