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Three new local R user groups to add to the list today: from Lithuania, Taiwan, and Birmingham (UK).
The Chinese Academy of R Software (CARS) serves R users in Taipei (Taiwan). It has been approved by the Ministry of the Interior of Taiwan, and has more than 500 "likes" on its Facebook page.
The Birmingham R Users Meeting (with the apt acronym, BRUM) is a new R user group for R users in Birmingham (in central England). The first meeting will be on March 20 in the Jekyll and Hyde pub.
For R users in Lithuania, VilniusR will host R user group meetings in Vilnius (Lithuania's capital). You can help organize the first meeting at their Google Groups forum.
Lastly: anyone interested in an R user group in Pittsburgh or Phoenix? Follow the links for contact info of local R users looking to set up a new group.
Revolutions: Local R User Group Directory
Posted by David Smith at 11:15 in R, user groups | Permalink
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I never though that we have who are interested in open source programming language R
March 14, 2012 at 06:34
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