Last week, members of our team participated in the eRum 2018 conference in Budapest. This gathering of the R community is organised in Europe whenever the useR conference is organised outside of Europe (and this year’s useR is in Australia).
R is one of our main data science tools, so we’re doing our best to stay up to date with the latest developments, as well as give back to the R community by sharing our own work at local meet-ups and larger conferences. At eRum 2018, we gave two talks:
- Mateusz Otmianowski and Mikołaj Olszewski showed how they built a supercharged Shiny app and ran usability tests on it.
- Krzysztof Jędrzejewski gave an overview of technologies for large-scale item response modelling.
Recordings of both talks are embedded below. Enjoy!