European R users meeting (eRum) is an international conference that aims at integrating users of the R language. eRum 2016 will be a good chance to exchange experiences, broaden knowledge on R and collaborate. One can participate in eRum 2016: (1) with a regular oral presentation, (2) with a lightning talk, (3) with a poster presentation, (4) or attending without presentation or poster. Due to space available at the conference venue, organizers set limit of participants at 250.
Addressing the Gender Gap in the R Project
Heteroscedastic Discriminant Analysis and its integration into “mlR” package for uniform machine learning
Predicting machine failures
Ensemble learning - idea and applications
Ensemble learning - implementation with mlr
Turning R into production – make your models reality
RevoScaleR - performance and scalability R
Bringing R to Enterprise
Data science outside the box: Developing a generic scoring algorithm for customer acquisition
Embedding R in business processes
Reconciling forecasts: the hts package
stplanr: an R package for transport planning
brms: An R Package for Bayesian Multilevel Models using Stan
Modules in R
influence.SEM 2.0: An R Package for Sensitivity Analysis in Structural Equation Models
A survey of tools for Bayesian data analysis in R
Browse Till You Die: Scalable Hierarchical Bayesian Modeling of cookie deletion
Unattended SVM parameters fitting for monitoring nonlinear profiles
SimonsSVM: A Fast and Scalable Support Vector Machine Implementation for R
Multivariate analysis of variance for functional data using R
Text Mining in R
Enterprise R Platform – the what, the why and the how
R in the Mittelstand: Bringing Data Science to small and mid-size companies
R tools and tricks for marketing inference in a big internet company
Using Google Analytics with R
Using R for backtesting algorithmic trading strategies on high-frequency data
EnvCpt: An R package for changepoint identification in Environmental data
archivist 2.0: News from Managing Data Analysis Results Toolkit
Discrete Choice Models in R
LimeRick: Bridge between LimeSurvey and R
Design of Experiments in R
How to use R to hack the publicly available data about skills of 2M+ worldwide students?
Classic and network based cluster analysis: together we're better
M-quantile regression in R
Is forest a pharmacy? - problems with data analyses
k Prototypes Clustering of Mixed Type Data
Dynamic Inflation Rate Calculation of Fast-Moving Consumer Goods: Shiny-SparkR App
Introduction to RDruid
Search phrases in e-commerce platform allegro.pl - big data analysis using SparkR
The full process of creating an R application in recommendation systems: from Dockerfile to Zabbix monitoring
Are we ready for Personalized Medicine?
N-gram analysis of biological sequences in R
R as an Environment for the Reproducible Analysis of DNA Amplification Experiments
Big data genomics data warehouses analyses with R
Using SparkR with distributed database in Parquet - a genomic example
What are sampling errors in the vegetation studies using visual estimation of presence and cover of plants? R can help
RNA-seq transcriptional profiling of PPD-b-stimulated peripheral blood from cattle infected with Mycobacterium bovis
Pharmacokinetics-driven modeling of metabolomics data
R as a tool for geospatial modeling in large dataset - example of dasymetric modeling at a continental scale (United States)
Application of Artificial Neural Network to Planar Chromatography Data
cgmisc: enhanced genome-wide association analyses and visualization
Penalized regression inference regarding variable selection in regular and high dimensions: comparison of selected methods implemented in R
Wrestling with big data in forestry: use of R in Scots pine site index analysis.
An R implementation of Kauffman's NK model
R as an effective data mining tool in chemistry
Applying genetic algorithms to calibrate a processing chain for a Landsat-based time series analysis of disturbance - regrowth dynamics in tropical forests
Modelling the distrubution of the bryophytes in different spatial scales
R and C++
Genie: A new, fast, and outlier-resistant hierarchical clustering algorithm and its R interface
Simulation of complex synthetic data with the R package simPop
Geo-located point data: measurement of agglomeration and concentration
R as a tool for graphical diagnostics in population pharmacokinetic modeling
Machine learning modeling of phenological phases in Poland
Latent Class Analysis in Psychology
Exploratory data analysis of a clinical study group - revealing patient subgroups
Multidimensional Clustering of Web Analytics Data
R shiny server as core of multiple technologies into Travel Industry.
Turning Text Mining into Language Mining: Corpus Linguistics in R
Structural bioinformatician's notebooks with pdbeeR and knitr
Using R to incorporate data science into the undergraduate statistics curriculum
Analysing the statistical effects of manipulated data
Cryptography in R
Visualizing changes in demographics with R
R for pharmacokineticists - smulation of steady-state concentrations of amiodarone in heart compartmental model as an example
Power of Java's RSession and rKafka in the data science team collaboration
R Shiny for Real-time Analytics and Insight Delivery – A Solution for Complex Data in Agriculture
Seamless external R server integration with Excel with step-by-step debugging of the R code
Workflow around modelling in Data Science / R
Revolutionize how you teach and blog: add interactivity
Aargh I have to teach R (Experiences in the teaching of R)
Using R for artistic purposes
Polish Diet Commissions - Text Analysis
|Open submissions of abstracts||March 15, 2016|
|Open registration||March 15, 2016|
|Workshops Submissions Deadline||April 15, 2016|
|Abstract Submissions Deadline||June 15, 2016|
|Notification of Acceptance||July 1, 2016|
|Early Registration Deadline||July 15, 2016|
|Regular Registration Deadline||August 15, 2016|
|Workshops||October 12, 2016|
|Conference Start||October 13, 2016|
|Conference End||October 14, 2016|
|Sightseeing tour (facultative)||October 15, 2016|
The Honorary Patronage of the Rector of the Poznan University of Economics, Professor Maciej Żukowski
The Honorary Patronage of the Rector of the Poznan University of Life Sciences, Professor Jan Pikul
The Honorary Patronage of the Director of the Statistical Office in Poznan, Jacek Kowalewski Ph.D.
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Answers for more asked questions
Registration and workshop fee should be paid by bank transfer:
Holder: Poznan University of Economics and Business
Bank: Bank Zachodni WBK
Address: Powstańców Wielkopolskich 16, 61-895 Poznań, Poland
IBAN: PL17 1090 1476 0000 0001 3238 7720
Transfer title: "Workshop/registration_fee_eRum_name of participant"
During conference there will be invited sessions, parallel sessions, a lightning talk, a poster session and a discussion session.
Contributed talks can last up to 15 mins, followed by 2-3 mins for questions.
Lightning talks are 5 mins long, with exactly 15 slides (20 secs per slide).
Poster presenters should be around to discuss and explain their work during the poster session.
We recommend poster of size A1.
The workshop fee covers participation in workshops and materials. The conference fee covers participation in the conference, conference kit, coffee breaks, lunches and conference party.
There are many hotels in the vicinity of Poznan University of Economics and Business. You can find a list of hotels here
The easiest way is to take a taxi from the airport to the city centre. You can also take the bus:schedule
More info at PAZUR 2014