Why R? Community award for Outstanding Community Leaders

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The Why R? Foundation aims to help the increase of data science and data analytics awareness world-wide by supporting volunteers running community events. In 2021 Why R? Foundation aims to grant 2 awards for Outstanding Community Leaders. The goal is to support community leaders in their daily volunteering lives.

Application form

To submit a community leader candidate for the awards in 2021 please fill this form. If you have any questions, please to not hesitate to contact [email protected]

Important dates:

  • 2021-11-22: submissions are open.
  • 2021-12-05: awards submission deadline.
  • 2021-12-10: announcement of results during the virtual conference Why R? 2021.

Award’s page – whyr.pl/foundation/community-leaders/.

2021 Sponsor

Jumping Rivers is an analytics company whose passion is data and machine learning. We help our clients move from data storage to data insights.

Here at Jumping Rivers, we love data science. One of the huge benefits of data science is transparency. For example, R. Being an open-source language, it immediately is giving something back to the community that propels it to the top of the data science ladder. Just like the world of data science, our ethos is transparency and giving back to the community.

We don’t just provide training and consultancy, you know? Our team run events such as the Data Science Meetup in Leeds and Newcastle. We’re constantly writing blog posts on methods for improving your programming habits. These posts are then syndicated by sites such as python- and r-bloggers.

Learn more at jumpingrivers.com

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