SatRdays London 2024: Thanks for coming!

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We wanted to say a huge thank you to everybody who attended SatRdays London 2024! It was brilliant to see you all there, and we hope you enjoyed the day as much as we did. Thank you to all of our speakers for your contributions, it was great to see such a range of talks and hear about the different ways you can use R in your fields.

Of course the day wouldn’t have been the same without our generous sponsors, so we want to say a huge thank you to CUSP London for providing the excellent venue, as well as R Consortium for your generous support.

Couldn’t make it on the day? Keep your eyes peeled on our blog and social media, as we’ll be releasing recordings of the talks on our YouTube channel in the coming months. Can’t wait that long? Check out last year’s SatRdays London recordings as well as those from our Shiny in Production conference from 2022 and 2023.

What’s next?

Registration is now open for Shiny in Production 2024! This event consists of an afternoon of Shiny based workshops including:

  • Level Up Your Plots with Cara Thompson
  • Building Responsive Shiny Apps
  • Asynchronous Shiny
  • Building Apps for Humans

Followed by a day of talks from Shiny experts across a variety of industries. If you’re interested in submitting an abstract, head over to the conference website now. Submissions are open until 30th June!

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