Program:



Thursday
March 15

Friday
March 16

Saturday
March 17


08:00-08:45 Registration
08:45-09:00 Opening
by Rektor Prof. Peter Skalicky








09:00-10:40

Statistical Software
Design&Development

Vince Carey

GEE Solvers: case studies in DSC design and implementation

Robert Gentleman

Data frames containing complex objects

Richard M. Heiberger

Emacs Speaks Statistics: One Interface - Many Programs

Anthony Rossini

Literate Statistical Analysis

R Internals

Doug Bates /Saikat DebRoy

C++ Classes for R objects

Peter Dalgaard

The R-Tcl/Tk interface

Martin Mächler

Quality Assurance in R

Luke Tierney

Compiling R: A Preliminary Report

Graphics a

Stefano Iacus

R on the Mac

Ross Ihaka

R Graphics - The Good,the Bad and the Ugly

Thomas Lumley

Orca[ R[ RJava]]

Duncan Murdoch

RGL: An R Interface to OpenGL

10:40-11:05

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

Coffee Break







11:05-12:20

Solutions

David De Roure

Clusters, Grids and the Web -
Infrastructures for Distributed
Statistical Computing

Adrian Trapletti

Orla: A data flow programming
system for processing very
large time series
Mikko Virtanen

Distributing data to different
platforms using XML

Databases

David James

The R/S Database Interface

David James/ Torsten
Hothorn
/Saikat DebRoy

Brian Ripley

R Database Interface Packages

Graphics b

Paul Murrell

R Lattice Graphics

Deborah Swayne

GGobi meets R: an extensible
environment for interactive
dynamic data visualization

Antony Unwin

R objects, two interfaces! (R objects to interfaces?)

12:20-14:00

Lunch Break

Lunch Break








14:00-15:15

S

David Smith

Modern statistics versus business
analytics: Serving insight to
a data-hungry world

John Chambers

Class-based methods and object
references for the S language
Dunc an Temple Lang

Embedding S in other
languages and environments

Systems

John Eaton

Octave: Past, Present and Future

Gregory Warnes

Hydra: A Java library for
Markov Chain Monte Carlo

GŁnther Sawitzki

Distributed computing support in Voyager


15:15-15:40

Coffee Break

Coffee Break









15:40-17:20

Applications

Anna Bartkowiak

A Set of XLispStat Subroutines
for Detecting Outliers

Balasubramanian Narasimhan

A Java-based test bed for
Random Number Generators
Chen Xun

A Quasi-Exact Method for
the Confidence Intervals for
the Difference of Two Independent Binomial Proportions in Small Sample Cases

Martin Theus

What Dataminers Want

R Connectivity

Roger Bivand

R and geographical information
systems, especially GRASS

Erich Neuwirth

Embedding R in standard
software, and the other
way round
Erich Neuwirth

R Sings or using R
to sonify data

Brian Ripley

Applications of R clients and servers


Evening

Free

20:00 Official Cocktail Reception at the Vienna City Hall (Rathaus)

19:30 Conference Dinner at the Heuriger "Fuhrgassl-Huber"


You can also find the complete social program here, including maps and a short description how to get to the locations.


Alexandros.Karatzoglou@ci. tuwien.ac.at

Last modified: 2002-02-01 13:27:46+0100 by Wolfgang Weisz