advanced r programming topics + rapache course

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Advanced R programming topics

Similarly as last year, BNOSAC is offering the short course on 'Advanced R programming topics' at the Leuven Statistics Research Center (Belgium). 

The course is now part of FLAMES (Flanders Training Network for Methodology and Statistics) and can be found here http://www.flames-statistics.eu/training/advanced-r-programming-topics. Subscription is no longer possible unless you ask kindly to LStat.

RApache and developing web applications with R as backend

As the demand of courses on R is increasing, we are thinking also about giving a course on RApache and developing web applications with R as a backend. This course will allow you to build applications like this one  http://rweb.stat.ucla.edu/lme4/ or this one http://rweb.stat.ucla.edu/ggplot2/.

BNOSAC has quite some (private) business applications running involving this technology stack and would to share with you it's knowledge. If you are interested in these courses which combine javascript, R and RApache, get in contact with us and send a mail by filling out the form at http://bnosac.be/index.php/contact/mail-us. The more people interested, the lower the cost of the course … .

 

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