I gave this talk last night to the Melbourne Users of R Network.
I would be very interested in this talk. Unfortunately, it is 14,306 mi, and 369 hours away from my place (Bonn, Germany) by car (at least google maps says so). Is it possible that you upload your slides? This would be fantastic! Thank you for considering.
Yes, please. +1 to Marc’s comment. It would be great for Europeans if you can point to a link with at least a summary of your tips.
The Melbourne RUG usually videos the talks and uploads them to YouTube. See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Lh1HlBUf8k for my last talk. I will post a link and slides after the talk.
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Could you upload the files you used to get the pdf from a tex file using a makefile? I have tried to replicate your example but it hasn’t worked for me.
I get this error:
make: Circular figs <- figs dependency dropped.
make: *** No rule to make target ‘/%.pdf’, needed by ‘figs’. Stop.
In addition, my workplace doesn’t update after running the R files using the makefile.
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very exciting talk! but where can i get the slides, the links below the youtube-video doesnt workt
Sorry, there was a problem with the slides. They should now be visible above.
Well, that was a very fast answer in the middle of the night. (actually its 1 am in germany
thank you so much, have a nice evening and greetings vom germany
Rob J Hyndman is Professor of Statistics at Monash University,Australia, and Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Forecasting.