To R or not to R, and other events

June 21, 2012

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New events

To R, or not to R, that is the question

The Statistical Computing Section of the Royal Statistical Society presents a one-day event on 2012 June 29.

The details of the day.  See in particular the abstract for “Teaching statistics: a pain in the R?” by Andy Field — it involves a sheepdog named Rex.

High frequency data analysis

The London Quant Group will have an evening event 2012 July 10 on high frequency tradingDetails of the event are forthcoming.

London Quant Group Autumn Seminar

2012 September 9-12 in Oxford.  The event page.

Even more events

MoneyScience has an events calendar.

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