While 'R' is getting enterprise ready
, it's no longer the only open source option for advanced statistical programming. jStat.js
is the new kid on the block.
Things in favor of jStat:
- Ability to visualize data using flot (jQuery plugin)
Still no match for 'R' yet (complete API documentation is yet to come out), but certainly a bright prospect in application which require basic statistical analysis and data visualization (where 'R' is an overkill).
Possibilities with jStat.js - check this out
Thinking out loud..
Node.js + jStat.js ...=..=!=..=... RIP 'R' ??
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