1. Random Forests by Tracy Holt from Metabolon.
Random Forests is a method for classification of samples using quantitative variables. This will be an introduction to the utility of Random Forests with examples of implementation in R.
2. Twitter Network with Python by Suzy Stiegelmeyer from Q² Solutions
3. Simpler kernel for Scala (spylon-kernel) by Marius van Niekerk from Maxpoint.
4. Lightning Talks
• 6:00 - 6:15: Mingle and Food
• 6:15 - 8:00: Presentations
• 8:00: Lightning Talks
• 8:30 - More Mingling at LoneRider Brewer ( 8816 Gulf Ct #100, Raleigh, NC 27617)
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