SatRdays London 2023

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SatRdays is returning to London this April! SatRdays are low-cost R conferences, hosted on Saturdays to enable those who usually cannot attend to take part.

Thanks to CUSP London, SatRdays London will take place at Bush House, King’s College London. King’s Bush House buildings provide a home for many of their academic departments, as well as state-of-the-art learning and social spaces and enhanced student facilities. These buildings include lecture theatres, teaching rooms, a 395-seat auditorium, and The Exchange, an open, collaborative space designed for events and exhibitions.

Data comes in all shapes and sizes. It can often be difficult to know where to start. Whatever your problem, Jumping Rivers can help.

Our Keynote speaker is Julia Silge, (Posit – formerly RStudio). Julia is a data scientist and software engineer at Posit PBC (formerly RStudio), working on open-source modelling and MLOps tools. She is an author, an international keynote speaker, and a real-world practitioner focusing on data analysis and machine learning. Julia loves text analysis, making beautiful charts, and communicating technical topics with diverse audiences.

Abstract submission is now open until the end of 31st January 2023. If you’d like the opportunity to share your knowledge, head over to the conference website to submit! Abstracts should be max. 250 words.

Early bird registration is also available until 31st January, so get in now before the price rises!

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