Posts Tagged ‘ events ’

New R User Group in Melbourne

July 26, 2010
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Data mining analyst Yuval Marom has just started a new user group for users of R in Melbourne (the one in Australia). He says: The group is open to people with all levels of experience with R, including complete beginners and complete experts, and people from all industries - private, government, and academic. The main purpose of the group...

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UseR! 2010 day 1

July 22, 2010
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Just a couple of quick notes about the first day of talks at useR! 2010. It's been a jam-packed schedule -- so many good talks to see and people to meet, I just wish I had more time for it all! One stand-out for me so far has been Frank Harrell's keynote lecture Information Allergy, on the dangers of...

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Reminder: Launch Party for Inside-R.org tonight

July 21, 2010
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If you're in the DC area (attending useR!2010, perhaps) this evening, Revolution Analytics (in conjunction with the DC Area R User Group) is hosting a party to celebrate the launch of Inside-R.org at the Crowne Plaza in Rockville at 8PM. Come along for drinks and food, mingle with other R users, hear about the new community site for R,...

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New R User Group in Slovenia

July 20, 2010
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The new R User Group in Ljubljana, Slovenia is giving the Sydney group a run for the money when it comes to the best user group name. It's called Anonymous Rcoholics -- great name! You can join the group at the link below. Discussions are in English and Slovene. Google Groups: Anonymous Rcoholics

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Revolution at useR! 2010

July 14, 2010
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Revolution Analytics is a proud sponsor of this year's annual R user conference, useR! 2010, and many members of the Revolution team will be there at Gaithersburg next week. We'll be hosting a booth at the conference where you can come up and meet the team, and see some of the new features being developed for Revolution R in...

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UseR! 2010 registration extended until July 4

July 1, 2010
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Registration for the worldwide R user conference, useR! 2010, closed on June 20. But it seems like a few folks weren't aware of the early deadline, and missed out on registering. Never fear! Due to overwhelming demand, registration has re-opened until midnight on July 4. You'll need to hurry -- there are only 30 spots left -- so get...

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MMDS 2010

June 21, 2010
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The 2010 Workshop on Algorithms for Modern Massive Data Sets (MMDS 2010) finished up this past Friday (June 18th) at Stanford. This was an exceptionally well organized conference: four days of mind-stretching talks on algorithm development and the challenges of working with massive data sets approached from almost every conceivable angle. The approximately 100 attendees were a diverse group...

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New R User Group in Kassel, Germany

June 15, 2010
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There's yet another local R user group launching this week, this time in Kassell, in central Germany. Their first meeting is on June 24. If my rusty German is holding up, looks like there will be some good discussion on editors and GUIs, how to find packages and functions, and R community resources. There's been lots of activity in...

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New R User Groups in Sydney, South Asia

June 14, 2010
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For R users in the Southern Hemisphere on the other side of the Prime Meridian, there are two new entries in the Local R User Group Directory: Sydney and South Asia. The Sydney group wins the prize for the best group acronym ever: SURF. The Sydney Users of R Forum will have their welcome meeting on July 6 July...

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Making Data Work online conference

June 3, 2010
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O'Reilly is hosting a conference on June 9 on the topic of the analysis of large data sets. The title of the conference is Making Data Work: Ever since Hal Varian proclaimed that data analysis is the sexy career for the coming decade, people have been talking about data. And big data. And even bigger data. This online conference,...

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