Is it possible to do meaningful work in R on a $35 computer? How about a $15 computer? And what does that mean for education, data science, and computing on small devices? In this talk, Mark introduces the R4Pi.org project, its background and why on earth you'd even want to run R at the opposite end of "scale" from everyone else.
10:50 AM to 11:10 AM
National Harbor 10+11Watch Video
A life-long technologist, Mark has always been fascinated by the intersection of people and technology. He is the founder of the R4Pi project, an open-source project aimed at making it easier to use R on the Raspberry Pi family of computers. Mark is also a Solutions Engineering Manager at RStudio and a member of the board for Data Orchard, a small, UK-based, social enterprise helping underserved groups get the most from their data.