New R User Group in Cambridge, UK

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Yet another new local R user group has launched this month, this time in Cambridge, UK. Cambridge RUG was created by data analyst Andrew Caines to promote the use of R in the Cambridge area. 

The group aims to encourage people try the R language, act as an advice centre to help people get where they want to with R and host an annual gathering for R-based talks and workshops. The group's just getting started, if you're interested you can join the group email list to be notified of upcoming events.

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