UseR! 2017 live-stream starts July 5

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The useR!2017 conference, the annual meeting of R users worldwide and the largest to date, is sold completely sold out. But for those that couldn't make it to Brussels, Microsoft will be live-streaming the conference at Bookmark that page and follow along during the conference starting with the opening of the main program at 9:00 AM Brussels time (UTC+2hrs) on Wednesday, July 5. 


To help you plan your viewing schedule, you can find the complete useR!2017 schedule here. (You can also find links to keynotes and presentations from my Microsoft colleagues here.)

As with last year's conference (you can watch the proceedings from useR!2016 here), the recordings of the presentations will available for on-demand viewing a couple of weeks after the conference. Also, new to this year, all of the tutorials will also be recorded (though not livestreamed). You can download all recordings for off-line viewing, too. (Availability of recordings is subject to presenter's permission to release videos under a Creative Commons license.)

A special thanks to the Microsoft community team for providing livestreaming services for useR!2017!

Channel 9: useR!2017 Live Webcast

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