Break up with Excel: Intro and Advanced R Data Science Courses at Salzburg Austria, September 21–23, 2019

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MSACL Conference

There are two RStats Data Science courses happening in Salzburg Austria on September 22–24, 2019 at the 6th annual MSACL Clinical Mass Spectrometry Conference. These courses are held twice annually, once in Europe and once in Palm Springs.

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Introductory Course

  • The introductory course will be taught by Dan Holmes, MD of the University of British Columbia and Will Slade, PhD of Laboratory Corporation of America.
  • Course description is here

Intermediate/Advanced Course


  • Although the conference is for clinical mass spectrometry, the courses are generic in nature and generally geared towards the biological and health sciences rather than mass spectometry per se.
  • You do not need to register for the conference to attend the pre-conference courses.
  • Academic rates apply. Registration for the course includes lots of snacks and coffee… like, good coffee.
  • Registration details are here.


Both courses will take place in the following location:

  • Salzburg Congress Centre
    • Day 1: September 22, 2019, 1300h–1800h
    • Day 2: September 23, 2019, 0830h–1730h
    • Day 3: September 24, 2019, 0830h–1130h

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