Welcome, R users!
The Budapest BI Forum (@budapestbi) is a well-established data, analytics and BI conference held every year in Budapest, Hungary.
Direct link to the Rstats CFP. Deadline is next Monday (September 17).
We love R
Open source analytics is one of the key topics of the conference, and every year we host an R track.The focus is usually on practial applications, especially in the field of data visualization and machine learning.
A sample of our R talks from last year’s BudapestBI 2017:
- Package ggiraph: a ggplot2 Extension for Interactive Graphics
- Using R as a BI tool
- Creation of a customer experience measure – an application of MARS
- Making email campaigns more effective: Send time optimization
- In your face! Analyzing facial expressions in R using free APIs
- Recreating the WaPo solar eclipse data visualization in R
- A reproducible bike ride in Hamburg (…or elsewhere in Europe)
- Building data products at home – Self-learning Hue Lights
- Fault Prediction using Random Forest
- A Gentle Introduction to Network Visualisation
Meeting of data cultures
The Budapest BI programme also include a PyData track, so there’s a great opportunity to also discover new tools, approaches and solutions for data problems similar to yours.
Here is a list of talks from last year’s PyData track:
- Career Science – building a career out of data science consulting
- From prototype to product: 5 challenges and 5 advices about “productionizing” ML
- Keystroke Behavioural Analysis For Fraud Detection: A Deep Learning Solution
- Machine learning libraries you’d wish you’d known about
- Automatic Bad Data Detection and Constraint Inference
What to do next?