MilanoR meeting | Call for presentations

June 1, 2016
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(This article was first published on MilanoR, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

We are delighted to announce that the next MilanoR meeting will take place on Thursday, October 27th.

A MilanoR meeting is an occasion to bring together the R users in the Milano area to share knowledge and experiences. The meeting is open to beginners as well as expert R users.

A MilanoR meeting consists of two R talks of about 25 minutes, and a break offered by our main sponsor Quantide, to give plenty of room for discussions and exchange of ideas.

We are looking for volunteers to present at the next meeting!

If you feel you have something to input or you can recommend someone, please contact us at admin[at]milanor[dot]net. If you wish to see an example of our previous presentations, check the downloadable presentations of our previous meetings.

See you soon with new details!

 

7th MilanoR Meeting


MilanoR is a user group dedicated to bring together local users of the popular open source language R. Our aim is to exchange knowledge, learn and share tricks and techniques and provide R beginners with an opportunity to meet more experienced users. We wish to spur the adoption of R for innovative research and commercial applications, and show case studies of real-life R applications in industry and government.

Anyone can join MilanoR: you can subscribe through this link. Anyone can also submit a post for the blog or participate in meetings as a speaker. MilanoR is open to everyone!

MilanoR is sponsored by Quantide, a Milan-based company focused on R training and consulting.

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