The program committee of the useR!2017 conference has invited members of the R community to submit proposals for tutorials and the submission for tutorials is already closed. The tutorials accepted by the program committee are now online. The tutorials will take place on 4 July 2017 in two sessions (morning and afternoon, 8 tutorials in each session). The duration of each tutorial is expected to be 3 hours.
Joaquin Vanschoren, Heidi Seibold and Bernd Bischl: OpenML: Connecting R to the Machine Learning Platform OpenMLStephanie Kovalchik: Sports Analytics with RKarline Soetaert, Thomas Petzoldt: environmental modeling using R.Hana Ševčíková: Introduction to parallel computing with RMartyn Plummer: Introduction to Bayesian inference with JAGSGabor Csárdi: R package development with R-hubCharlotte Wickham: purrr Edzer Pebesma: Spatial data in R: new directionsDirk Eddelbuettel: Extending R with C++: Motivation, Introduction and ExamplesColin Gillespie: Efficient R ProgrammingToby Dylan Hocking, Rebecca Killick: Introduction to optimal changepoint detection algorithmsColin Rundel, Mine Cetinkaya-Rundel: Data Carpentry: Open and Reproducible Research with RArun Srinivasan: data.table for beginnersSigne M. Jensen, Christian Ritz: Dose-response analysis using RBhaskar V. Karambelkar: Geospatial visualization using RTaylor Arnold, Lauren Tilton: Introduction to Natural Language Processing with R