Air quality, weather analysis & latent feature modelling @RBelgium

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Within 2 weeks on Thursday, March 20, The RBelgium R user group is holding its next Regular meeting in Brussels for which this is the schedule:

** Analysis and visualisation of climate data from the atmospheric model ALADIN using the Rfa package! (Rozemien De Troch – Onderzoeksdepartement KMI)

 
** Probabilistic latent feature analysis with the plfm package (Michel Meulders – Centre for Information Management, Modeling and Simulation, KU [email protected] HUBrussel)
 
** AiR Quality Monitoring – An alternative way for data analysis and visualization (Spanu Laurent & Lenartz Fabian – Institut scientifique de service public)

For more information about the event follow this link. Feel free to join.

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