Upcoming Why R? and X-Europe Webinars in November

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Why R? Webinars are back after successful launch of Why R? 2020 Conference! All videos from the past series and from the recently finished conference can be watched on our youtube.com/WhyRFoundation channel. See this post to find out about upcoming webinars in November 2020. The aim of webinars is to support local R groups during the pandemic.

This post also introduces X-Europe Webinars – an organization for joint online events of Vienna Data Science Group, Frankfurt Data Science, Budapest Data Science Meetup, BCN Analytics, Budapest.AI, Barcelona Data Science and Machine Learning Meetup, Budapest Deep Learning Reading Seminar and Warsaw R Users Group.


  • donate: whyr.pl/donate/
  • channel: youtube.com/WhyRFoundation
  • date: every Thursday 8:00 pm UTC+!
  • format: 45 minutes long talk streamed on YouTube + 10 minutes for Q&A
  • comments: ask questions on YouTube live chat

Future talks

2020-11-04 Tools for Explainable Artificial Intelligence

2020-11-05 Why R? Webinar – R on AWS

2020-11-12 Preserving wildlife with computer vision + Scaling Shiny Dashboards on a Budget

2020-11-19 Satellite imagery analysis in R

2020-11-25 Get Started with ML in Azure Quantum Computing with Q#

Previous talks

Kyla McConnell & Julia Müller How to start your own #rstats group: Building an inclusive and fun R community. Video

Faris Naji Liberate the coder and empower the non coder. Video

Michał Maj platypus – image segmentation & object detection made easy with R. Video

Suhem Parack Introduction to Twitter data analysis in R. Video

Colin Gillespie Me, Myself and my Rprofile. Video

Sydeaka Watson Data Science for Social Justice. Video

John Blischak Reproducible research with workflowr: a framework for organizing, versioning, and sharing your data analysis projects. Video

JD Long Taking friction out of R: helping drive data science adoption in organizations. Video

Leon Eyrich Jessen In Silico Immunology: Neural Networks for Modelling Molecular Interactions using Tensorflow via Keras in R. Video

Erin Hodgess Using R with High Performance Tools on a Windows Laptop. Video

Julia Silge Understanding Word Embeddings. Video

Bernd Bischl, Florian Pfisterer and Martin Binder Pipelines and AutoML with mlr3. Video

Mateusz Zawisza + Armin Reinert Uplift modeling for marketing campaigns. Video

Erin LeDell – Scalable Automatic Machine Learning in R with H2O AutoML. Video

Ahmadou Dicko – Humanitarian Data Analysis with R. Video

Dr. Nina Zumel and Dr. John Mount from win-vectorAdvanced Data Preparation for Supervised Machine Learning. Video

Lorenzo BraschirZYPAD: Development pipeline for R production. Video

Robin Lovelace and Jakub Nowosad (authors of Geocomputation with R) – Recent changes in R spatial and how to be ready for them. Video

Heidi Seibold, Department of Statistics (collaboration with LMU Open Science Center) (University of Munich) – Teaching Machine Learning online. Video

Olgun Aydin – PwC PolandIntroduction to shinyMobile. Video

Achim Zeileis from Universität InnsbruckR/exams: A One-for-All Exams Generator – Online Tests, Live Quizzes, and Written Exams with R. Video

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