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Conferences are an ideal platform to share your work with the wider community. However as we all know conferences require potential speakers to submit abstracts about their talk. And writing abstracts is not necessarily the most rewarding work out there. I have actually never written one so when ask...

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We’re excited to announced the first round of gReat speakers for San Francisco EARL. Alongside our keynote speakers, Hilary Parker and Ricardo Bion, R Users from a range of industries will share their R stories. Take a look at our line up so far:

Szilard Pafka, Epoch
Szilard studied physics in...

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Time to switch

R is the most popular analytic language in the world today following an incredible increase in popularity over recent years. If you’re involved in data analytics, you need to be fluent in R. This change has driven a growing number of migrations from SAS to R. There many reasons fo...

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You may drop your weapons, this is not going to be about SAS vs R. If you work with a large amount of SAS legacy code, sasMap, an R package with a Shiny app, is for you. It evolved from our experience in migrating SAS to R, see Mark Sellor’s post about production R at ONS for an example.

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Mark Sellors
Head of Data Engineering

Turn a shiny application into a tablet or desktop app

Since we first demoed it at our really successful trip to Strata London last year, a few people have asked us how we made the awesome looking Data Science Radar app that we were running on the tablet...

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