Starting Strong in 2016

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We had a busy January here at Win-Vector, and it shows no sign of abating. John and I had the pleasure of attending the first Shiny Developers Conference, held by RStudio and hosted at Stanford University (see here for a review of the conference, by a fellow attendee). The event energized us to resharpen our Shiny skills, and I’ve put together a little gallery of the Shiny apps that we’ve developed and featured on the Win-Vector blog. It’s a small gallery at the moment, but I expect it will grow.

In addition, I gave a repeat presentation of the Differential Privacy talk that I gave to the Bay Area Women in Data Science and Machine Learning Meetup last December, and am gearing up for a planned webinar on Prepping Data for Analysis in R (the webinar has not yet been announced by the hosts — more details soon).

And I’ve managed to slip in a couple of Win-Vector blog posts, too:

Using PostgreSQL in R: A quick how-to

Finding the K in K-means by Parametric Bootstrap (with Shiny app!)

We are also looking forward to giving a presentation at the ODSC San Francisco Meetup on March 31, and participating in the R Day all-day tutorial at Strata/Hadoop World Santa Clara on March 29.

2016 is shaping up to be a good year.


Image: World War II era poster by J. Howard Miller. Source: Wikipedia

About nzumel
I dance. I'm a data scientist. I'm a dancing data scientist. In my spare time, I like to read folklore (and research about folklore), ghost stories, random cognitive science papers, and to sometimes blog about it all.

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