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First things first, Dirk Eddelbuettel was recently named ordinary. This seems contradictory, since Dirk is a known HPC expert, an organizer of the R in Finance conference, the creator of Rcpp, and a Debiancontributor. These are only a few of the many accolades bestowed upon Dirk without even a hint of puffery. And yet, Dirk Eddelbuettel is consider…
 
At the useR! 2014 conference, without a doubt one of the overriding themes was R’s history, legacy, and future as an interface into the “best of the best” algorithms which were available. Romain Francois’ package, Rcpp11, is at the forefront and was explicitly showcased as one of the ways in which R was staying true to it’s roots as an interface.An…
 
Heather Turner is a biostatistician and Senior Research Fellow at the University of Warwick, as well as a consultant. She became familiar with R during her PhD studies as an R user, and a few years later she developed the Generalized Non-Linear Models package which is still in use today. Our conversation, at useR! 2014, begins with this transition …
 
Yihui Xie intended to make it easier to do his homework, but instead found himself tackling one of the greatest problems in modern science: reproducibility of results. Through his work on the knitR package, he has assembled a toolchain which allows the user to produce beautiful, ready-to-distribute documents which contain a whole, self-supporting, …
 
David Smith is an integral part of the R community. His background in computational statistics goes back to the early 90s . David has worked at Revolution R, one of the leading R companies, for nearly a decade. His name has been included in lists such as: Top 20 influencers in big data 30 most influencial Data Scientists on Twitter #3 Best Big Data…
 
Tal Galili is, in many ways, a central spoke of the R community. Both gregarious and thoughtful, he has grown his website r-bloggers.com into the definitive aggregation of the R community’s voice through his genuine, passion-driven intensity. Tal had a simple desire as a young programmer - to learn more about his chosen tools - and looked to the in…
 
Max provides some amazing insights into the why and how of caret, an R package he created. He also discusses his book on Applied Predictive Modeling which he co-authored with Kjell Johnson, including details on how he set out to write the book he wished he would have had. As a special bonus, Max also describes Quinlan’s C5.0, an alternate “forest o…
 
Hadley Wickham is famous. He’s not Kardashian famous, but walking around useR! and seeing the community’s reaction to him, there’s no question, he’s ‘R famous’. If you have the good fortune to see his talks, tutorials, or sessions in person, you owe it to yourself to do so. He projects depth and wisdom with a booming voice, which combines with a ha…
 
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