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European R users meeting (eRum)

European R users meeting (eRum) is an international conference that aims at integrating users of the R language. eRum 2016 will be a good chance to exchange experiences, broaden knowledge on R and collaborate. One can participate in eRum 2016: (1) with a regular oral presentation, (2) with a lightning talk, (3) with a poster presentation, (4) or attending without presentation or poster. Due to space available at the conference venue, organizers set limit of participants at 250.


Open submissions of abstracts    March 15, 2016
Open registration    March 15, 2016
Workshops Submissions Deadline    April 15, 2016
Abstract Submissions Deadline    June 15, 2016
Notification of Acceptance    July 1, 2016
Early Registration Deadline    July 15, 2016
Regular Registration Deadline    August 15, 2016
Workshops    October 12, 2016
Conference Start    October 13, 2016
Conference End    October 14, 2016


Workshop    When?    Enrolled    Available space (limit 25)
Warsztaty wprowadzające do R (in Polish) – Adam Dąbrowski    Morning    0    25
Predictive modeling with R – Artur Suchwałko    Morning    15    10
Data Visualization using R – Matthias Templ    Morning    10    15
R for expression profiling by Next Generation Sequencing – Paweł Łabaj    Morning    3    22
Time series forecasting with R – Adam Zagdański    Morning    5    20
Introduction to Bayesian Statistics with R and Stan – Rasmus Bååth    Afternoon    27    Reserve list
Small Area Estimation with R – Virgilio Gómez-Rubio    Afternoon    4    21
R for industry and business: Statistical tools for quality control and improvement – Emilio L. Cano    Afternoon    2    23
An introduction to changepoint models using R – Rebecca Killick    Afternoon    3    22
Visualising spatial data with R: from ‘base’ to ‘shiny’ – Robin Lovelace    Afternoon    4    21
Total        73    177

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