confeRence 2018 (October 2018)

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The R User Group Malaysia welcomes you to our first confeRence 2018 talks+workshops events. The R User Group Malaysia is a diverse group that come together to discuss anything related to the R programming language. We aim to provide members ranging from beginners to R professionals and experts to share and learn about R programming and gain competency as well as share new ideas or knowledge.

The main objective of the confeRence 2018 is to allow members to come together and get to know each other better. Besides that, there will be knowledge sharing session by R practitioners.

Date: 20th October 2018 (Saturday)
Time: 8.00 a.m. - 1.00 p.m.
Venue: ASEAN Data Analytics Exchange (ADAX),
Level 27, Tower B,
Vertical Business Suites Avenue 3,
Bangsar South, 59200, Kuala Lumpur.


8:00am: Arrival of guests
9:00am: Welcoming Remarks/Keynote

9:30am: Parallel Session: Track 1 (General) - 'Run R on the Cloud - RStudio Cloud'
9:30am: Parallel Session: Track 2 (Data Science/Machine Learning) - 'Ensemble Machine Learning with R'

10:30am: Parallel Session: Track 1 (General) 'Product Affinity using Associative Rules Mining'
10:30am: Parallel Session: Track 2 (Data Science/Machine Learning) - 'Text Clustering with R'

11:30am: Parallel Session: Track 1 (General) - 'Data Mining, Network Analysis, GIS and Thesis Writing: A PhD JouRney'
11:30am: Parallel Session: Track 2 (Data Science/Machine Learning) - 'Predicting Churn using Social Network Analysis'

12:30am: Lunch and Lucky Draw

12:45pm: Networking Session

1:00pm: End of event

Tickets are charged at minimum fees to cover operational cost Please register here:

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Dr. Poo Kuan Hoong
Principal Data Scientist

Dr Ian Tan
Senior Lecturer, Multimedia University

Dr. Ho Chiung Ching
Dean, Faculty of Computing and Informatics

Tan Yuan Kai,
Technical Specialist, iEnterprise Online Sdn Bhd

Low Jia Ming,
Data Analyst, Priority Dynamics Sdn Bhd

Pieter Stek,
Ph.D Candidate, Delft University of Technology