R with Big Data on Hortonworks

October 1, 2013
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(This article was first published on Revolutions, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

If you missed last week's webinar with John Kreisa from Hortonworks (hosted by Data Science Central), we described how R fits into the Modern Data Architecture. Not only can you extract and distil data in Hadoop with the open-source RHadoop project, but with the forthcoming release of Revolution R Enterprise 7 you will be able to run the high-performance distributed R functions in Revolution R Enterprise on without having to move the data out of Hadoop, and using the Hadoop nodes as a parallel computation grid.

 

You can watch the replay of the webinar above, or download the slides from the presentation at the link below.

Revolution Analytics Webinars: The Modern Data Architecture for Predictive Analytics with Revolution Analytics and Hortonworks Data Platform

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