Re: [R] Insightful Announces: "R and S-PLUS- Panel Discussion" at 9th Annual 2005 User Conference

From: A.J. Rossini <blindglobe_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue 18 Oct 2005 - 03:52:49 EST

But who is on the panel?

On 10/17/05, Michael O'Connell <moconnell@insightful.com> wrote:
> Event: 2005 Insightful User Conference
>
> Dates: Oct 26-27, 2005
>
> Location: Princeton, NJ
>
> URL: http://www.insightful.com/news_events/2005uc/ for details on pricing,
> hotel accommodations and to register for this event.
>
>
>
> The Insightful 2005 User Conference is being held October 26th-27th in
> Princeton, NJ. This year's conference focuses on the techniques and
> methodologies pivotal to the increased demand for statistics in business
> organizations. The conference program will include presentations by S-PLUS
> experts from market-leading companies such as Novartis, Procter & Gamble,
> Amgen, and MCI.
>
>
>
> Of particular interest to subscribers to r-help is the panel discussion on
> future plans for compatibility between S-PLUS and R. The panel discussion is
> on the topic "Ensuring Compatibility and Portability Between the Two Prime
> Dialects of the S Language". Martin DeBono from Insightful will moderate a
> panel of experts in both S-PLUS and R to discuss plans for a common packaging
> system and tools to make it easy to convert R packages to S-PLUS. There will
> also be broader discussion about how the users of each dialect can coordinate
> efforts to create a vibrant community focused on the continued advancement of
> the S Language.
>
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-tony

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Muttenz, Switzerland.
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