May 30: 5th MilanoR meeting

May 19, 2014
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Dear R users and enthusiasts,
MilanoR staff is happy to announce the next MilanoR meeting.

The next MilanoR meeting will be on Friday 30 May, at 6 pm.

The meeting will take place at:
Fiori Oscuri Bistrot & Bar (www.fiorioscuri.it)
Via Fiori Oscuri, 3 – Milano (Zona Brera)

Agenda

  • Singular Spectrum Analysis Applications with rssa package
    by Maurizio Sanarico, Chief Data Scientist at SDG consulting
  • Business Data Visualization (and some fun too!) with ggplot2
    by Marco Ghislanzoni, Marketing Program Manager at Royal DSM
  • Replica, an open source distributed system for the R environment
    by Davide Dal Farra, codref*

Sponsors

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How to attend?

MilanoR is a free event, open to all R users and enthusiasts or those who wish to learn more about R. Places are limited so, if you would like to attend to the MilanoR meeting, please register below. Meeting we’ll be free of charge, our sponsors will provide the open bar session.

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