Recent Rcpp talks at U Chicago / Booth and U Kansas

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In early October, I had an opportunity to talk about
Rcpp and
RcppArmadillo
at the Statistical Computing Seminar at the
Booth School of Business at the
University of Chicago.

And then two weeks ago, I had an invitation to talk at the
Center for Research Methods and Data Analysis
at the University of Kansas where I covered similar
material as well as ongoing work on the
RcppZiggurat
package (for which I should have an updated version soon).

Slides from both talks are now at the top of my
talks / presentations page.

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