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February meetup - Six decades of personal computing and some consequences for R
We're thrilled to announce our February 2019 meetup, to be held on Wednesday February 20 from 4:30-6:00PM in the UVa Brown Science and Engineering Library. John C. Nash will join us to present on his experiences with computational algorithms and R development over the years. The talk will include a brief overview of John's histoRicalg project, which is funded by the R Consortium: https://www.r-consortium.org/announcement/2018/05/29/announcing-the-r-consortium-isc-funded-project-grant-recipients-for-spring-2018 For more information about John and his talk, please refer to the presentation abstract: https://github.com/UVa-R-Users-Group/meetup/raw/master/2019-02-20-histoRicalg/CharlottesVilleAbs-jnbio190220-A.pdf As always, users of all skill levels and backgrounds are welcome ... and snacks will be provided courtesy of the UVa Library! Information regarding directions and parking for Brown Science and Engineering Library is available on the UVa Library website: https://www.library.virginia.edu/map The library is in the back of Clark Hall. Room 133 is on the main level. As you enter the building, walk straight and continue through the entry hall with murals to enter the library. Room 133 is to the left. Questions? Feedback? Drop us a note any time.

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291 Mccormick Rd · Charlottesville

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    We are the local R user group for the University of Virginia and Charlottesville area. R is a free software environment for statistical computing and graphics ( http://www.r-project.org/ ). Our goal is to support and share R experience and knowledge among its users in the UVa community. We would like to hear how you use and enjoy the R language and statistical programming environment.

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