EARL London Agenda Announced

June 21, 2016

(This article was first published on Mango Solutions » R Blog, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)


We are delighted to announce the full agenda and impressive line up of speakers for September’s EARL Conference.

EARL 2016 will feature the largest number of talks yet with 3 streams and 48 presentations. We have a fantastic range of cross-industry representation and speakers with fascinating business use case stories around the commercial use of R.  Please see the featured speaker list on our EARL website – they include representatives from the following companies:

EARL speakers 2016

Download the Agenda

The Conference is on 13th-15th September 2016 at The Tower Hotel London. EARL 2016 is an exciting cross-sector Conference dedicated to the real business usage of R.

One day of Workshops and two days devoted to the most innovative R implementations by the world’s leading practitioners.

The conference will feature :

  • 6 pre-conference workshops (Note.These are also open to non-conference attendees)
  • 6 Keynote Presentations
  • 48 Presentations from leading R and industry practitioners
  • 9 Panellists across 2 Panel Discussions
  • 2 Evening Events

Limited Availability – Register now for your ticket.


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