My visits and RDataMining talks in North America

October 11, 2014
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I visited Mexico recently and is now travelling in US. In the 1st week of October, I delivered a keynote talk at the CONAIS 2014 conference in Mexico, as well as a one-day workshop on data mining with R to students and researchers at UJAT.

After that I visited Amazon in Seattle on 8 October and made a 2-hour seminar there on association rule mining and text mining with R. And then I visited Google in Bay Area. Yesterday 10 October, I visited Twitter in San Francisco and gave a talk there on R and data mining. Very nice work environment at Amazon, Google and Twitter. Especially, enjoyed very delicious free meals provided at Google and Twitter, which is not available at Amazon. It is a pity that I missed Microsoft in Seattle.

Will conclude my travel in US within one week and then back to Australia.

The above talks were based on my RDataMining slides series, which can be downloaded from RDataMining.com website.

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