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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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Voter targeting with R

May 26, 2010
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Voter targeting with R

Voter targeting for turnout is the process of scoring registered voters using demographic and electoral variables taken from voter lists and commercial databases. The score of all voters together is used to predict overall turnout, which determines the allocation of campaign resources and directs strategy for voter contact and communication. Targeting for turnout is a

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Webinar: R analytics and Business Intelligence dashboards

May 24, 2010
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On Wednesday next week, Revolution will be hosting a joint webinar with open-source Business Intelligence software maker Jaspersoft and open-source Business Intelligence services company OpenBI. Together, we'll be talking about making BI dashboards even more powerful by integrating custom visualizations and advanced predictive models from R. If you create advanced analytics in R and are looking for a way...

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Introduction to Revolution R webinar tomorrow, May 20

May 19, 2010
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A quick reminder that I'll be hosting a free webinar tomorrow. Mainly intended for those new to R and Revolution, An Introduction to Revolution R will give an overview and history of the R Project and the additional features of the Revolution R products. But even if you've used R before, there will be lots of useful tips and...

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useR-2010 is looking for a T-shirt design

May 19, 2010
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useR-2010 is looking for a T-shirt design

Katharine Mullen has just published on the R mailing list a call for designeRs who might be willing to design a T-shirt aRt design for the shirt that will be given in useR 2010. I consider such contests as one of those good-for-the-community things, and hope regular useRs, R bloggers, and companies that are based on R – will...

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Revolution Analytics and R in the news

May 12, 2010
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It was quite the media frenzy for Revolution and R last week. In conjunction with our relaunch as Revolution Analytics, we spoke to more than a dozen journalists and analysts to explain why we think R is at the center of a perfect storm for predictive analytics: with routine collection of large data sets, data analysis is now a...

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Where do you want an R User Group?

May 4, 2010
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Wishing there was a local R User's group in your area, but can't find one? New user groups are springing up all the time, but you can kickstart the process by registering interest for a group in your area at meetup.com. As you can see from the map below, there's interest in many places -- your vote could prompt...

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Introduction to R, live virtual talk from JD Long tomorrow

May 3, 2010
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JD Long (of Cerebral Mastication fame) will be giving a live "virtual talk" introducing R: "What it's best at and how you can use it to help you massage data". The talk will be at 7:30PM Pacific time tomorrow, Tuesday May 4. You can register at the link below. vconf.org: Presentation: R The Language

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Quick and dirty parallel processing in R

April 30, 2010
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Quick and dirty parallel processing in R

R has some powerful tools for parallel processing, which I discovered while searching for ways to fully utilize my 8-core computer at work. What surprised me is how easy it is…about 6 lines of code, if that. Given that I wasn’t allowed to install heavy duty parallel-processing systems like MPICH on the computer, I found

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Free Video Courses on R, Structural Equation Modelling, Causal Inference, and Regression from Uni Jena

April 22, 2010
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Free Video Courses on R, Structural Equation Modelling, Causal Inference, and Regression from Uni Jena

The Department of methodology and Evaluation Research at Universität Jena has made available a set of free online video courses on data analysis.They cover topics that are particularly relevant to psychology and social science researchers, including ...

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