First 10 Speakers announced for EARL Boston in November

(This article was first published on Mango Solutions » R Blog, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

We are thrilled to announce our first batch of speakers for EARL Boston in November 2016.

Keynotes

Jenny Bryan and Ricardo Bion

Keynote speakers

Jenny is the Associate Professor of Statistics at the University of British Columbia and part of the leadership of rOpenSci and Ricardo Bion is a Data Science manager at Airbnb, where he leads two teams focused on product research and experimentation.

Other speakers announced are:

Danielle Dean & Jaya Mathews – Microsoft

Building an on-prem SQL Server Predictive Maintenance Solution

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Amar Dhand – Harvard Medical School

Understanding hospital networks to improve patient outcomes and reduce healthcare costs.

Amar Dhand

Daniel Hadley – Sorenson Impact Center

Using R to Save Taxpayer Dollars

Daniel Hadley

Kaori Ito – Pfizer

Data cleaning, visualization, and meta-analysis for literature data using Shiny

Kaori Ito

Jared Lander – Lander Analytics

R for Everything

Jared Lander

David Smith – Microsoft

Microsoft and the R Ecosystem

David Smith

Jeff Schneider – Department of Defense Research, Surveys and Statistics Center

Computing Domain-Based Stratified Sample Allocations using R Shiny

Loads more exciting speakers to be announced shortly…

Workshops

The conference runs from Monday 7th to Wednesday 9th November 2016 and will be held at the Boston Science Museum.

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The Workshops are on Monday 7th November and are as follows:

Monday 7th November

All Day        – Workshop 1: Advanced Shiny Workshop
Morning       – Workshop 2: Introduction to ggplot2
Afternoon    – Workshop 3: Using R with Microsoft Office Products

Spaces are limited, so book your workshops and conference pass now.

Don’t miss out on this amazing R Conference!

Book your ticket for EARL Boston