The useR! annual conference is a non-profit conference brought to you by R community volunteers and the R Foundation, for R developers and users to engage with each other and share ideas.
This year’s useR! conference will be entirely virtual, showcasing applications of R software and advancements within the software, along with new packages that increase the functionality of R.
Taylor & Francis publishes a large portfolio of research on programming languages, including journals such as the journal Data Science in Science and the Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics, and books such as Data Science: A First Introduction, and research specifically focussed on R, such as Spatial Sampling with R, Supervised Machine Learning for Text Analysis, Rasch Measurement Theory Analysis in R, and Tree-Based Methods for Statistical Learning in R.