Revolution in the News

July 27, 2010

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

Revolution's CEO Noman Nie has been busy recently spreading the good word about R and Revolution. Here's a quick roundup:

In an audio interview with Mary Joe Nott at B-eye Network, Norman talks about the "perfect storm" around R, "the most complete statistical tool in the world".

In Business Management magazine, Norman Nie describes how predictive analytics is changing the face of business, and how R is the driving force behind this revolution.

And in a general article about the use of predictive analytics by the Federal government in Federal Times, Norman reminds us that "predictive analytics" is really Statistics: "The essence is really using statistical modeling to understand both the past and present and the future of the world around us."

You can read more articles about Revolution and R at the link below.

Revolution Analytics: Revolution in the News

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