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R at Conferences this Fall

September 11, 2014
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by Joseph Rickert The days are getting shorter here in California and the summer R conferences UseR!2014 and JSM are behind us, but there are still some very fine conferences for R users to look forward to before the year ends. DataWeek starts in San Francisco on September 15th. I will be conducting a bootcamp for new R users,...

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Visualizing Website Pathing With Sankey Charts

September 10, 2014
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Visualizing Website Pathing With Sankey Charts

In my prior post on visualizing website structure using network graphs, I referenced that network graphs showed the pairwise relationships between two pages (in a bi-directional manner). However, if you want to analyze how your visitors are pathing through your site, you can visualize your data using a Sankey chart. Visualizing Single Page-to-Next Page Pathing Related posts:

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Hortonworks Seminar Series: The Modern Data Architecture

September 3, 2014
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As more companies explore the benefits that Hadoop may provide, the opportunities to better understand the technology are myriad and unequal. As a provider of in-Hadoop analytics, Revolution Analytics is participating in the coming Hortonworks seminar series. We will be on site to discuss how to deploy R-based analytics within Hadoop clusters using Revolution R Enterprise. The seminar series...

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David Smith, the useR! 2014 Interview

August 25, 2014
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David Smith, the useR! 2014 Interview

“At one point, the only source for daily R news was David Smith’s blog.” —...

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jpmml and R (Free Webinar)

July 28, 2014
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jpmml and R (Free Webinar)

This free, global webinar will provide an introduction to jpmml, the world’s leading open-source PMML scoring engine currently being utilized by companies such as Airbnb to rapidly deploy predictive models into production. Webinar Format: – What is PMML? – Building … Continue reading →

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Preparing Big Data for Analysis in R

July 15, 2014
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Preparing Big Data for Analysis in R

by Yaniv Mor, Co-founder & CEO of Xplenty How do you get Big Data ready for R? Gigabytes or terabytes of raw data may need to be combined, cleaned, and aggregated before they can be analyzed. Processing such large amounts of data used to require installing Hadoop on a cluster of servers, not to mention coding MapReduce jobs in...

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Reflections on John Chambers’ UserR! 2014 Keynote Address

July 10, 2014
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Reflections on John Chambers’ UserR! 2014 Keynote Address

by Joseph Rickert John Chambers opened UseR! 2014 by describing how the R language grew out of early efforts to give statisticians easier access to high quality statistical software. In 1976 computational statistics was a very active field, but most algorithms were compiled as Fortran subroutines. Building models with this software was not a trivial process. First you had...

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Revolution Analytics: the R company since 2007

July 2, 2014
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Revolution Analytics, founded in 2007, was the first company devoted to the R project. Since then, we've been behind several R initiatives, including the RHadoop project and the network of R user groups around the world. I gave this short presentation today at the useR! 2014 conference in Los Angeles with some of the highlights from Revolution Analytics from...

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R/Finance 2014 Review

June 30, 2014
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It's been more than a month since R/Finance 2014, and my job has finally slowed down enough to allow me to write down my thoughts (though I'm writing this over two days during my train to and from Chicago).The comments below are based on my personal ex...

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Maybe I Don’t Really Know R After All

June 26, 2014
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Maybe I Don’t Really Know R After All

Lately, I’ve been feeling that I’m spreading myself too thin in terms of programming languages. At work, I spend most of my time in Hive/SQL, with the occasional Python for my smaller data. I really prefer Julia, but I’m alone at work on that one. And since I maintain a package on CRAN (RSiteCatalyst), I frequently spend Related posts:

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