Preview of EARL San Francisco

May 22, 2017
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(This article was first published on Revolutions, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

The first ever EARL (Enterprise Applications of the R Language) conference in San Francisco will take place on June 5-7 (and it's not too late to register).  The EARL conference series is now in its fourth year, and the prior conferences in London and Boston have each been a fantastic way to learn how R is used in real-world applications. Judging from the speaker lineup in San Francisco, next month's event looks like it will feature some great R stores as well. Included on the program will be stories from the following companies:

  • AirBnB (Keynote presentation by Ricardo Bion)
  • StitchFix (Keynote presentation by Hilary Parker)
  • Uber (Keynote presentation by Prakhar Mehrota)
  • Hitachi Solutions (David Bishop)
  • Amgen (Daniel Saldana)
  • Pfizer (Luke Fostveldt)
  • Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center (Thomas Vaughan)
  • Domino Data Lab (Eduardo  Ariño de la Rubia)
  • Genentech (Gabriel Becker)

… and many more. On a personal note, I'm looking forward to presenting with my colleague Bharath Sankaranarayan on using Microsoft R to predict hospital stays.

For more information on EARL 2017 San Francisco or to register, follow the link below. (And if you can't make San Francisco, check out EARL 2017 London, coming September 12-14.)

EARL: San Francisco 2017

 

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