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In case you missed it: May Roundup

June 14, 2010
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In case you missed them, here are some articles from last month of particular interest to R users. We linked to 13 videos for learning R, from the basics ("What is R?") to more advanced topics. We noted the release of R 2.11.1. We announced that Revolution Analytics makes its software available free of charge to the academic community....

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Pegging your multicore CPU in Revolution R, Good and Bad

June 9, 2010
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Pegging your multicore CPU in Revolution R, Good and Bad

I take an almost unhealthy pleasure in pushing my computer to its limits. This has become easier with Revolution R and its free license for academic use. One of its best features is debugger that allows you to step through … Continue reading →

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Go Guerrill-R on Your Data in August

June 8, 2010
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Go Guerrill-R on Your Data in August

Guerrill-R, get it? Register now for the Guerrilla Data Analysis Techniques (GDAT) class to be held during the week of August 9-13, 2010. The focus will be on using R and the PDQ-R for computer performance analysis and capacity planning.(Click on the...

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Connecting Revolution R to MySQL on Windows

June 4, 2010
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My colleague Saar Golde was having some troubles connecting Revolution R to MySQL on Windows (64-bit). Turned out the problem was the lack of an environment variable. He documented the instructions for fixing the problem on Windows 7, below. Thanks, Saar! The Problem: A client is about to send me a couple of large MySQL tables, so I needed...

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Advanced debugging techniques in R

June 4, 2010
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Harlan Harris provides an interactive introduction to more advanced debugging techniques using traceback(), trace() and debug(). This talk was presented to the NYC R Statistical Programming Meetup on June 3, 2010. Code from Harlan's talk is available...

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Making Data Work online conference

June 3, 2010
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O'Reilly is hosting a conference on June 9 on the topic of the analysis of large data sets. The title of the conference is Making Data Work: Ever since Hal Varian proclaimed that data analysis is the sexy career for the coming decade, people have been talking about data. And big data. And even bigger data. This online conference,...

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Supercharging business analytics with R

June 2, 2010
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Really pleased with how our webinar today, Supercharge BI and Dashboards with Predictive Analytics, turned out. Steve Miller from OpenBI gave a great introduction to the motivations and need for predictive analytics. Andrew Lampitt from Jaspersoft was next up, with an overview of the Jaspersoft system for BI reports and dashboards. My section focused mainly on R and its...

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Data preparation for Social Network Analysis using R and Gephi

June 2, 2010
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Data preparation for Social Network Analysis using R and Gephi

I want to share my experience in generating the data for social network analysis using R and analyzing it using Gephi... WHICH DATA STRUCTURE TO USE FOR LARGE GRAPHS?I quickly realized that using edge lists and adjacency matrix gets difficult as the g...

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Reminder: Supercharging BI with R webinar tomorrow

June 1, 2010
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If you haven't done so already, it's not too late to register for tomorrow's 1-hour webinar, Supercharge BI and Dashboards with Predictive Analytics. I'll be one of the presenters, talking about R and its applications for business intelligence. The topics and speakers will be: Introduction: Analytics and BI (Steve Miller, OpenBI) How BI Complements Predictive Analytics (Andrew Lampitt, Jaspersoft)...

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Program for useR! 2010 announced

June 1, 2010
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The program of invited lectures, contributed talks and posters for this year's annual R user conference useR! 2010 is now available, and it looks to be another excellent event. (Revolution Analytics is a sponsor of useR! 2010.) Of note this year is an increasing focus on commercial applications of R, with no less than three multi-talk sessions on applications...

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