A few upcoming R conferences

October 5, 2018
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Here are some conferences focused on R taking place in the next few months:

Oct 26: Nor'eastR Conference (Providence, RI). A one-day R conference, organized by grassroots R community members in the Northeastern US. 

Oct 27: SatRdays Belgrade (Serbia). Another city joins the popular SatRDays series of one-day, community led conferences. 

Nov 7: EARL Seattle (Seattle, WA). The EARL London conference goes on a Stateside road trip, with a 1-day stop in Seattle.

Nov 8-9: DC R Conference (Washington, DC). From the same organizers as the fantastic New York R Conference, this DC-based outpost will feature speakers including Mara Averick, Roger Peng, and Emily Robinson.

Nov 9: EARL Houston (Houston TX). The EARL roadshow continues with a stop in Texas.

Nov 13: EARL Boston (Boston, MA). The EARL roadshow concludes with a 1-day event in Boston.

Dec 8: SatRDays DC (Washington, DC). Talk proposals for this Washington, DC instance of SatRDays are open until October 31.

Jan 15-18 2019: RStudio::conf (Austin, TX). The annual conference from the makers of RStudio takes place in  Austin, Texas.

I go to a lot of conferences these days, but those organized by the R community remain my favorite. Attending one of these events is a great way to learn new R skills, but equally importantly to meet other R users from a different disciplines, and perhaps discover that their problems and applications aren't that dissimilar from your own. I'll be at many of the events listed above, and I look forward to meeting you all there.

If you can't find an event at the right time or place for you, take a look at the index linked below for a list of upcoming meetups, conferences and events from the R community. (Know one that's not listed? You can submit a pull request by clicking the pencil icon in the top row.)

Jumping Rivers: R conferences and meetings

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