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About the Event
The European R users meeting (eRum) was a biennial conference that brings the R users community of Europe together to exchange experiences, broaden knowledge of R and collaborate. eRum was an open event for experts and skillful practitioners as well as people who just want to take a peek on the future of data science. e-Rum2020 aimed to provide a platform for the creation of new collaborations and for sharing experiences. eRum was a no profit conference, andit was a virtual event, with free access for everyone.
Jared Lander is the Chief Data Scientist of Lander Analytics a data science consultancy based in New York City, the Organizer of the New York Open Statistical Programming Meetup and the New York R Conference and an Adjunct Professor of Statistics at Columbia University. With a masters from Columbia University in statistics and a bachelors from Muhlenberg College in mathematics, he has experience in both academic research and industry. His work for both large and small organizations ranges from music and fund raising to finance and humanitarian relief efforts.
He specializes in data management, multilevel models, machine learning, generalized linear models, data management and statistical computing. He is the author of R for Everyone: Advanced Analytics and Graphics, a book about R Programming geared toward Data Scientists and Non-Statisticians alike and is creating a course on glmnet with DataCamp.
Joseph is RStudio’s “Ambassador at Large” for all things R, editor of the R Views blog, and RStudio’s representative on the R Consortium’s board of directors. Joseph came to RStudio via Revolution Analytics and Microsoft where he was a data scientist, blogger and community manager. Before joining Revolution Analytics Joseph worked as a statistician for a small healthcare economics consulting firm, and before that he held a variety of technical, marketing and sales positions while working for startups that spanned multiple industries including government contracting, local area networks, disk drives and test equipment. Joseph studied Classics and Mathematics as an undergraduate at Franklin & Marshall College Although there are many excellent tools available to help make performing statistical analyses, creating data visualizations and building predictive models rewarding and meaningful activities, I think that the open-source R language is the best tool of all.
I will be working to promote the R language and helping with RStudio's efforts to support the R Community. I will be writing about R, data science, statistics and events and ideas of interest to the R Community.
Most recently, at Microsoft and Revolution Analytics I practiced data science using R and the big data extensions of Microsoft R Server and Revolution R Enterprise. I was a weekly contributor and guest editor of the Revolutions Blog. You can find many of my previous posts at blog.revolutionanalytics.com.
Director, Editorial Data and Analytics at IDG (International Data Group)
Equally at home analyzing data, writing, editing, creating tools to present data on the Web, and teaching data skills to journalists. Author of "Practical R for Mass Communication & Journalism" (CRC Press, Dec 2018). Winner of the 2014 Azbee national gold award for investigative reporting and 2017 Azbee gold for how-to article. Somewhat obsessed with the R programming language.
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