UseR! 2009 Program Announced

April 28, 2009
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The program and schedule for the premier R conference UseR! 2009 has been announced, jam-packed with almost 200 talks over three days, plus an extensive poster session. The growing interest and enthusiasm around R is clearly evident here.

I’m happy to report that several of us from REvolution Computing will be in attendance. I’ll be talking about Parallel Computing with Iterators, Bryan will look at speeding up the singular-value decomposition algorithm, and Danese will introduce a collaborative documentation system. Also, our friend and collaborator Jay Emerson will talk about analysing large data sets with ..


The program and schedule for the premier R conference UseR! 2009 has been announced, jam-packed with almost 200 talks over three days, plus an extensive poster session. The growing interest and enthusiasm around R is clearly evident here.

I’m happy to report that several of us from REvolution Computing will be in attendance. I’ll be talking about Parallel Computing with Iterators, Bryan will look at speeding up the singular-value decomposition algorithm, and Danese will introduce a collaborative documentation system. Also, our friend and collaborator Jay Emerson will talk about analysing large data sets with the bigmemory package.

If you’ve been on the fence about going to France this year, this tremendous agenda is likely to sway you. Registrations are still open. See you there!