Reminder: useR! 2011 abstracts, earlybird registration deadline April 1

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If you're planning to attend the worldwide R user conference useR! 2011, don't forget that April 1 (this Friday) is the deadline for submitting abstracts for contributed talks and posters. Early-bird discounts for attendee registrations expire on Friday as well. (Revolution Analytics is a proud sponsor of useR! 2011, and chief scientist Lee Edlefsen is one of the keynote speakers.)

Here are the details from the conference organizers:

This is a reminder that the deadline for abstract submission and early bird registration for the R User Conference 2011 is April 1st.

useR! 2011

A conference centred on the use of R for data analysis and statistical computing.

August 16-18, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK

Abstracts are invited on innovative or interesting applications of R.

Early bird rates are £100/£200/£300 for student/academic/other respectively.

A range of half-day tutorials presented by R experts.

Adrian Bowman, Lee Edlefsen, Ulrike Grömping, Wolfgang Huber, Brian Ripley, Jonathan Rougier, Simon Urbanek, and Brandon Whitcher.

**New for useR! 2011**
All participants are invited to present a Lightning Talk, for which no abstract is required.
These talks provide a 5-minute platform to speak on any R-related topic and should particularly appeal to R newbies. Participants wishing to give such a talk must provide an informative title on their registration form.

Further details including information on accommodation and travel can be found on the conference website.

Please send enquiries to: [email protected]

We hope to see you in Coventry!

On behalf of the organizing committee:
John Aston, Julia Brettschneider, David Firth, Ashley Ford, Ioannis Kosmidis, Tom Nichols, Jennifer Rogers, Elke Thönnes and Heather Turner

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