Registrations to e-Rum2020 virtual conference are now open, and there are still a couple of days to register (and submit!) to the CovidR pre-conference event.
After going virtual eRum2020 launches the CovidR contest, a data contest of R contributions around the topic of the COVID-19 pandemic, and an online pre-conference event.
eRum2020 goes virtual and becomes the first - free! - fully virtual R conference for hundreds of participants.
eRum2020, the european R user meeting in Milan next May is approaching. The call for contributed sessions is officially open: you can now submit abstracts.
Curious to know how did our last MilanoR Meeting end up? Check out some photos, resources and the highlights of the night.
MilanoR is a free event, open to all R users and enthusiasts or those who wish to learn more about R. The meeting consists of two talks (this time one about big data and and one about statistical learning) + a free buffet and networking time
The name of user-defined environments cannot be retrieved in base R. Examples are shown on how the envnames package is used to circumvent this problem, in addition to looking for objects defined in user-defined environments.
The rasterList package has been created to make complex operation on spatially gridded region. Here's how to use it when analysing raster data.
Want to get hands-on experience with R and explore new Data Science project? On 13 May we're hosting a R for Data Science workshop, come and join us!
Already nostalgic of our last MilanoR Meetup? Check out some photos, resources and the highlights of the night.