The webinar team at Revolution Analytics has put together a great program over the next couple of months. With a mix of guest speakers and Revolution Analytics staff, this series will cover topics as diverse as Big Data with R and Hadoop, integrating R with MS Office, spatial statistics with R, data mining with R, retail marketing analytics, and much more. Here's the just-announced program:

**April 25**: How Big Data is Changing Retail Marketing Analytics (John Wallace and Brandon Mason, UpStream Software)

**May 2**: R + Hadoop = Big Data Analytics (Antonio Piccolboni, Revolution Analytics)

**May 8**: Calling All Data Scientists and Web Developers! Integrate Your Advanced Analytics into BI Apps and MS Office and Multiply Their Value (David Champagne, Revolution Analytics)

**May 30**: Getting Up to Speed with R: Certificate Program in R for Statistical Analysis, Visualization and Modeling (Peter Bruce, Statistics.com)

**June 5**: Introduction to R for Data Mining (Joseph Rickert, Revolution Analytics)

**June 13**: Finding Meaning in Points, Areas and Surfaces: Spatial Analysis in R (David Unwin, Statistics.com)

**June 20**: Revolution R Enterprise – 100% R and More (David Smith, Revolution Analytics)

Click on the webinar title above for more details and for free registration, or follow the link below for the complete program and links to replays of archived webinars.

Revolution Analytics: Spring Webinar Series

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