Mark Sellors, Head of Data Engineering

I started working with R around about 5 years ago. Parts of the R world have changed substantially over that time, while other parts remain largely the same. One thing that hasn’t changed however, is that there has never been a simple, high-level text to in...

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The reasons someone might attend a conferences differ from person to person so we crowdsourced the top 10 reasons you should attend EARL San Francisco.

1. Learn something new. This is a pretty obvious one and we’ve got an excellent agenda that covers a range of industries and R projects, includ...

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The reasons someone might attend a conferences differ from person to person so we crowdsourced the top 10 reasons you should attend EARL.

1. Learn something new. This is a pretty obvious one and we’ve got an excellent agenda that covers a range of industries and R projects, including:

  • SAS to R...

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Once thought of as the ‘little programming language that could’, R has fundamentally transformed the way data scientists and organisations use their data. It gives businesses the power to leverage big data and develop predictive models that enable action, not just reaction.

But R isn’t just anot...

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Mark Sellors
Head of Data Engineering

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I’ve recently been working at the Office for National Statistics, under the very broad umbrella of a SAS to R transition project.

As you might imagine, ONS, as the UK’s largest producer of official statistics, has a huge number of internal statistical...

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