Call for Abstracts – EARL 2016 great package available.

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Following on from the success of the previous London EARL (Effective Applications of the R Language) Conference plans are well underway for this years EARL on September 13-15th 2016.

Call for Abstracts

We are currently calling for abstracts for the conference; if you have a story around using R commercially or in a business context please submit the details here.  All presenters will receive a free conference ticket for the day of their presentation plus free entry to both conference evening networking events.

Take a look at the Video presentations from last year’s London EARL conference which are now available online.

Abstracts should be submitted online; the deadline for submissions is the 29th April 2016.

Early Bird Tickets

EARLY BIRD full conference tickets are now available.

The Full Conference Pass includes:

  • 2 pre-conference workshops (13thSeptember)
  • both full conference days (14thand 15th September)
  • entry to both the Welcome Reception (13thSeptember)
  • Conference Evening Reception (14thSeptember) which we are excited to confirm will be held in the historic Tower of London.  We have private access to the Tower with Beefeater led tours of the Crown Jewels before the Reception in the White Tower.

The full agenda for the conference and workshops will be announced in early June but for a flavour of past EARL conferences please visit and scroll down for links to the EARL2014 and EARL2015 agendas.

Click here to get your early bird and academic conference tickets.

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