Win a FREE Ticket to EARL Boston

September 29, 2015
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(This article was first published on Mango Solutions, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

 

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Competition Time!

Mango Solutions are pleased to offer you an opportunity to win a

  • FREE two day Conference Pass  to the EARL (Effective Application of the R Language) Conference in Boston on 3-4 November.
  • Conference Reception at Boston Science Museum on Tuesday 3rd November

Value of prize – $1088

To Enter:

Email [email protected] with your name and a one sentence reply to the following question:

Why I use (or am considering using) R?

Competition Deadline: Midnight Sunday 4th October

For full details of the EARL Conference including the amazing agenda  click here

Here are some images from EARL London in September.  To read the feedback from this event click here

EARL-London-45 EARL-London-32 EARL-London-100 EARL-London-85 EARL-London-47 EARL-London-50 EARL-London-49 EARL-London-74 EARL-London-30EARL-London-51 EARL-London-24 EARL-London-7

 

For a chance to win this amazing prize, a reminder:

Email [email protected] with your name and a one sentence reply to the following question:

Why I use (or am considering using) R?

Please share on Social Media to give everyone a chance to win this great prize.

 

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