LondonR user group meeting (and pre-meeting workshop)

Agenda:  2 pm  

Doors open for pre-meeting workshop

 2.30 – 5.30pm  Free Workshop*: Leaping over the ggplot2 learning curve by Andy Nicholls, Head of Consulting, Mango Solutions  (for full details please visit www.londonR.org)

  6 pm  Doors open for LondonR meeting

  6.20pm  Introduction

  6.30pm  Presentations: 

·  This code is a complete hack, may or may not work, etc. - The challenges of validating R.  Dr Chris Campbell, Senior Consultant, Mango Solutions

·  Impact of Combining Supervised and Unsupervised Learning Techniques to Business Use Cases such as Churn and Fraud Detection -  Dr Ana Costa e Silva, Senior Data Science Consulant, TIBCO Software

·  High Quality Maps with R and ggplot – Simon Hailstone, Principal Information Analyst, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

8.30 – onwards  Networking

*Places at the workshop are limited; to request a place please email [masked].

For more information please visit www.londonr.org

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  • Liz M.

    All the presentations will be uploaded shortly within the next couple of days to www.londonr.org - I'll send out a note when they are up.

    1 · June 18

  • Duncan S.

    Is it possible to get the slides/code from the last speaker on mapping in R? Cheers

    June 18

  • John Van P.

    The second talk was advertised as 'Impact of Combining Supervised and Unsupervised Learning Techniques to Business Use Cases such as Churn and Fraud Detection'. If this topic was covered it escaped me. Instead, it seemed to be a product pitch.

    2 · June 18

  • Ben

    could just stay for the workshop. It was very interesting as usual

    June 18

  • Edoardo A.

    For unforeseen circumstances I could not make it.. very sorry

    June 17

  • Lukasz D.

    I am even more... Work hold me So sorry

    June 17

  • sahera k.

    I am sorry I have double booked. I can't make it.

    June 16

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