Final Program for DSC 2007

 Thursday Feb 15  Friday Feb 16
  CHAIR: Paul Murrell   CHAIR: Ross Ihaka
9:00-9:25  Paul MurrellWelcome and Introduction  Patrick WessaA new framework for statistical software development, maintenance, and publishing within a feasible open-access business model
9:25-9:50  Ross IhakaCommon Lisp as a Vehicle for Implementing Statistical Environments  Kosuke Imai, Gary King, and Olivia LauToward A Common Framework for Statistical Analysis and Development (Also Known As, Zelig: Everyone's Statistical Software)
9:50-10:15  L.Fraser JacksonRevisiting Array languages for Statistical Computing  Duncan Temple LangSome thoughts on the Next Generation Statistical Computing Environment
10:20-10:40  Morning Tea  Morning Tea
10:40-11:05  Duncan Temple LangAutomating the interface between R and C/C++ code David A. HendersonCollaborative Research Projects between Insightful Corporation and the R Community  Sandrah P. Eckel and Roger D. PengInteracting with local and remote data repositories using the 'stashR' package for R Kurt Hornik, Christian Buchta, Achim ZeileisOpen-Source Machine Learning: R Meets Weka
11:05-11:30  Thomas LumleyMemory profiling in R Herve PagesEfficient pattern matching on very large strings using the Biostrings package  Peter DalgaardCan we have better semantics for attach()? Simon UrbanekHow to Talk to Strangers - ways to leverage connectivity between R and other environments
11:30-11:55  David A. Henderson and Stephen P. KaluznyS-PLUS Workbench: An Integrated Development Environment for S Programmers David ScottImplementing Distribution and Quantile Functions Luke TierneyCode Analysis and Parallelizing Vector Operations in R
12:00-1:30  Lunch  Lunch
1:30-1:55  Uwe LiggesManaging Huge R Package Repositories Problems and Required Changes E. James Harner, Dajie Luo, and Jun TanA R/Java-based Statistical Learning Environment  Derek LawInteractive Software Paradigms for Statistical Visualisation Claus Dethlefsen, Soren Hojsgaard and Steffen L. LauritzenGraphical modelling software in R - status.
1:55-2:20  Stephen KaluznyThe S Package System Ryota Suzuki, Tatsuhiro Nagai and Tomoya TaniguchiNatto: Visualizing Mixed Type Dataset for Exploratory Data Analysis  Hadley WickhamGGobi Pipeline John Fox, Michael Friendly, and Georges MonetteVisualizing Hypothesis Tests in Multivariate Linear Models
2:20-2:45  Seth Falcon The weaver Package Carrie Greene WagerWeb interfaces to high precision robotic bioassay with multilevel models  Michael LawrenceExtending the GGobi pipeline with rggobi Friedrich LeischFlexible Implementations of Cluster Analysis and Mixture Models
2:50-3:10  Afternoon Tea  Afternoon Tea
3:10-3:35  Deepayan SarkarUsing method dispatch to extend Lattice displays Nianhua Li, Martin Morgan, Seth Falcon, Robert GentlemanExposing R as Java-based web services  Brendan McArdleGIR - An OpenGL Binding for R Ibrahim AbdullahiUsing R for Canonical Analysis of Response Surface Design
3:35-4:00  Martin MaechlerClass Hierarchies and Method Organization for Matrices Yoshikazu Yamamoto and Junji NakanoParallel and distributed computing in a statistical system Jasp  Achim Zeileis, Kurt HornikChoosing Color Palettes for Statistical Graphics Lyndon WalkerSocial Simulation using R
4:00-4:25  Thomas YeeDeveloper's Issues Encountered from Writing The VGAM package Todd L. GravesMarkov chain Monte Carlo with YADAS  Paul Murrell and Ross IhakaDisplay Lists in R Aaron PingBeyond Line Charts: Graphing market trends with R (Fig 1)
6:30-10:00pm  Conference Dinner