R heroes unite – The starting gun for the eRum 2016 will be fired tomorrow

October 11, 2016
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(This article was first published on eoda english R news, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Tomorrow the European R users meeting (eRum) 2016 starts in Poznan, Poland. About 250 participants from business and science are expected at the three-day conference that aims at connecting users of the R language. As R specialist and silver sponsor of the event, eoda will be attending with a team of data scientists and participating with four presentations. The topics of these talks are as diverse as the application possibilities of R itself:

  • Data science outside the box: Developing a generic scoring algorithm for customer acquisition
  • Application fields for R in classical industrial-analytics
  • R in the Mittelstand: Bringing Data Science to small and mid-size companies
  • Aargh! I have to teach R: Experiences in the teaching of R
R Training for people with different background - eoda shows in Poznan how it works.
R Training for participants with different background – eoda will show how it works.

Apart from very informative conference talks, eoda will also be present with a stand, ready to exchange experiences with other R enthusiasts. Visit the team at the meeting of R heroes.

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