EARL London 2020 call for abstracts

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We’re pleased to announce we have opened the call for EARL London 2020 abstracts!

The Enterprise Applications of the R Language Conference is all about R and its commercial applications. The conference is cross-sector and features talks from across all industries and company sizes. EARL focuses on the real-world usage of R – we want to hear about your projects, issues, solutions, collaborations, headaches and triumphs. The 2020 conference will take place on the 8-10th September in London. The format will be a day of workshops followed by two full conference days.

As well as the usual 30-minute presentation slots, we will be holding another ‘data for good’ lightning talk session on the second conference day (10th). This year we are looking for talks on a “green” theme to showcase the use of R to address, measure or solve environmental, climate or conservation issues and challenges. If you are using R for a project in any of these fields, then we want to hear from you!

What we love most about hosting EARL each year is the people. You make this conference a welcoming and energising place to be. As a speaker it’s comforting to know that the audience will have plenty of questions (yes, we’ll be bringing back the throw-able mics!), and will share your passion for R. Whether you’re a first-time presenter or have been to EARL every year, we look forward to receiving your abstracts.

Submit here. Submissions close end of March 2020.


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