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uRos 2020 : 8th International Conference Use of R in Official Statistics

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Link: http://www.urosconf.org
 
When Dec 2, 2020 - Feb 4, 2021
Where Vienna, Austria
Submission Deadline Dec 31, 2019
Categories    statistics   r statistics   r project   official statistics
 

Call For Papers

The 8th International Conference "The Use of R in Official Statistics – uRos2020" to be held in Vienna, Austria on 2 to 4 December 2020. Side events include the unconfUROS hackathon and an R crash course.


We have already fixed three inspiring keynotes:

• Isabel Molina Peralta with “Small area estimation using R, with application to poverty mapping.”

• Matthias Templ with “Functional data analysis in Bayes Spaces with an Application to spatio-temporal population data”.

and

• Kurt Hornik with “Analyzing Texts with R”.

For regular updates follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/@urosconf

We look forward to meeting you at the conference.

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