Ron Sandland recently wrote about the new phenomenon of 'big data' - weighing up the benefits and concerns. Terry Speed reflected on the same issue in a talk earlier this year inGothenburg, Sweeden noting that this is nothing new to statisticians. So what's all the fuss about? Here's another take on the 'big data' bandwagon.
Spatial Statistics with R. Rutherglen, June 8-9, 2011 Note: All course materials will be posted on this page on Monday June 6, 2011. Please come back then and download prior to attending the course.
Course brochure pdf (661K)
Notes: 1. This brochure is from a previous course and not everything may be relevant to and/or covered in the present course;
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R statistical software - click here to go to the download page.
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Course Materials (zipped file) (17Mb)
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Prof. David Fox Dr. Andrew Robinson
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