Posts Tagged ‘ events ’

ACM Data Mining Camp, March 20

March 2, 2010
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Following last year's successful unconference on data mining, the Bay Area Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) will again host the 2010 ACM Data Mining Camp on March 20 in San Jose, CA. The event is free and runs from 11:15am - 7:30pm, with an optional 2-hour pre-camp training in the morning. (REvolution Computing is a proud sponsor of this...

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Reminder: useR! 2010 abstracts due Monday

February 23, 2010
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Don't forget, if you're planning to attend the R user conference useR! 2010 and are going to present a talk (and if not, why not?), abstracts are due for submission this coming Monday, March 1. That's also the deadline for early-bird registrations, so if you haven't registered yet, now is the time. useR! 2010: The R User Conference

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Slides from “R Productivity Environment” webinar

February 23, 2010
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Thanks to everyone who attended for the great turnout at this morning's live webinar, 7 Ways to Increase your R Productivity. I really appreciate all the feedback and questions, seems like a lot of people are interested in a code editing and debugging environment for R. If you missed the webinar and want to learn about REvolution R Enterprise...

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R IDE and debugger now available for 64-bit Windows; Webinar Tuesday

February 18, 2010
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We've just upgraded REvolution R Enterprise to version 3.1 and expanded the available platforms to include 64-bit Windows. (REvolution R Enterprise is our subscription-based distribution of R.) This means that you can now create R programs on Windows that use all of your available memory, instead of being constrained by the 3Gb limit imposed by 32-bit versions of Windows....

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Bay Area meet-up Tuesday: John Chambers speaks, cocktail reception

February 15, 2010
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At tomorrow's meeting of the Bay Area R User's Group, ACM Software Systems award winner and R Core Group member John Chambers will give a keynote talk on the R language. The talk, titled Interfaces and Paradigms, will explore choices for computing with data with visits along the way to the history of R, reasons for the growth of...

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Registration open for R/Finance 2010

February 8, 2010
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Registrations are now open for the R/Finance 2010 conference, to be help April 16-17 in Chicago. Last year's meeting was a great success, and this year's looks to be just as good, with some great keynotes lined up: Analysis of Integrated and Co-integrated Time Series with R (Bernhard Pfaff) Leverage Space Portfolio Model (Ralph Vince) Signal Extraction (Marc Wildi0...

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R/Finance 2010: Registration Open

February 5, 2010
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R/Finance 2010: Registration Open

As posted by Dirk Eddelbuettel on R-SIG-Finance: R / Finance 2010: Applied Finance with R April 16 & 17, Chicago, IL, US The second annual R / Finance conference for applied finance using R, the premier free software system for statistical comput...

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Introduction to R webinar today, slides available

January 28, 2010
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Just a quick reminder that I'll be hosting an introductory webinar about R today, The R Project: Data Analysis and Statistical Graphics for the Enterprise. It's at 9AM Pacific, so you might still have time to register for the live session at the link below. Otherwise, if you did catch the live session, you can pick up the slides...

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User Group news: DC and Philly

January 22, 2010
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There's a new local R User Group starting up in Philadelphia. Alex McClung and Jeremy Leipzig have set up a website for the Philly UseR Group to get things started, so if you're in the area join up and tell them what you'd like from the group. Also, the DC UseR Group is seeing renewed activity after a hiatus...

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UseR 2010 and commercial applications of R

January 21, 2010
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Preparations are well underway for the annual R user conference useR! 2010, to be held at NIST (about 25 miles outside of Washington, DC) July 20-23. This meeting is a true user conference: almost all of the presentations at the conference are contributed by ordinary R users. So, to continue the success of previous years the conference committee needs...

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