For anyone who missed the useR! 2010 conference in Gaithersburg last month (or just wants to revisit some of the amazing talks), you can now find slides from many of the contributed presentations available for download. (Look for the [S] link to download slides.) The presentations from the Revolution team members are there, including:
- My presentation on Evolving R for Use in Commercial Environments
- Sheri Gilley’s presentation on Designing a Flexible GUI for R
- Jeroen Ooms’ presentation on Web development with R
Even better, in a first for the useR! conference, video is available for the invited talks (or audio, in the case of Richard Stallman’s talk) and the panel discussion, “Challenges of Bringing R into Commercial Environments“. And for anyone thinking of starting up a user group, check out the video of the panel discussion, Local R User Groups (with thanks to Drew Conway).
Finally, slides and exercise materials are also available for many of the tutorials.
Thanks to Kate Mullen and her team once again for putting on such an outstanding conference. On a related note, next year’s conference, useR! 2011, has been announced. See you next year in Warwick, UK.