New R-Academy course in November 2015: “R in Live Systems“

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The eoda R-Academy course “R in Live Systems” teaches key aspects of using R in a productive business environment with many practical examples from 16th to 17th November 2015 in Kassel, Germany.

The professional use of R indicates special requirements in terms of reproducibility, compatibility, teamwork, load distribution and rights management. Reproducible results should be generated by R scripts at any time – also at intermediate performance of package, R or environment updates.

By means of versioning software, R scripts can be managed by multiple employees at the same time. In addition, automated testing ensures that changes in scripts do not lead to consequences of other scripts.

Finally, the client-server architecture is an essential part of productive environments of R because access authorisation and computing power can be improved to be controlled.


R is in the process of becoming the multi-platform lingua franca of data analysis. In companies, the powerful programming language is used more and more frequently. „R in Live Systems“ is suitable for everyone who has already used R in their business environment or wants to start working with R in the future.

Please sign up if you would like to participate:


Course topics at a glance:

  • Updates of packages and R
  • Working in a closed environment
  • Testing
  • Versioning and collaboration
  • Documentation and package creation
  • R in client-server architecture

Date: 16th and 17th November 2015

Place: Kassel, Germany

Language: German

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