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I’ve still got more to write from days 2 and 3 of useR! 2010, but in the meantime here are a few snapshots from my camera roll. (Click on the images for larger versions.)
Jeroen Ooms (left) chats with other useRs in the main hallway at NIST.
Karim Chine demonstrates his Electric-R portal for R on Amazon’s EC2 cloud.
Andrew Lampitt talks about Business Intelligence with Jaspersoft and Revolution R.
Jonathan Lees demonstrates analysis of earthquake data with R.
James “JD” Long and Joseph Rickert hat-battle at the conference dinner.
Unfortunately the flash on my camera wasn’t quite up to catching any of the keynote presenters on the large NIST stage, but video of many of the invited talks should soon be available at Drew Conway’s Video Rchive.
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