2016 UK Tour

September 26, 2016
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(This article was first published on Blog - Applied Predictive Modeling, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

I’ll be in the UK next week doing three talks in three days:

  • First, I’ll be giving a talk at the London R-Ladies meetup on Monday October 3rd with perhaps the best title yet: Whose Scat Is That? An ‘Easily Digestible’ Introduction to Predictive Modeling and caret.
  • On Tuesday, October 4th I’m giving a talk at the Cambridge RUG on tuning hyperparameters using optimization algorithms. This is an extension of this blog post.
  • Finally, on Wednesday (the 5th) at the fantastic Nonclinical Statistics Conference, I’ll be speaking on Statistical Mediation in Early Discovery by Bayesian Analysis and Visualization. The banner image above is from this talk. Lots of priors and shiny apps.

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