New R User Group at Berkeley

February 20, 2012
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(This article was first published on Revolutions, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

There's a new R user group in Berkely, CA: The Berkeley R Language Beginner Study Group.

Join this small group for a step-by-step approach to learn the language R. Each session will be filled with examples and participants are welcome to suggest and present topics. If you have just started with R this is the perfect chance to find out about data analysis with a group of people rather than on your own. The first sessions will be based on tutorials available on r-project.org.

The meetings are limited to a small number of participants, but there are still a couple of spots open for upcoming sessions on Data Manipulation in R on Feb 21 and Feb 27.

Meetup.com: The Berkeley R Language Beginner Study Group

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