SPSS Co-Founder Tex Hull Joins REvolution Computing

February 18, 2010
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(This article was first published on Revolutions, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

We're proud to announce that Tex Hull, who together with REvolution CEO Norman Nie created the first version of SPSS, has joined the REvolution team. Tex will be working with Norman and our CTO David Champagne to take REvolution R Enterprise to the next level, specifically to improve its scalability to handle very large data sets.

You can read more about Tex's appointment in the press release issued this morning.

REvolution Computing: SPSS Co-Founder “Tex” Hull Joins REvolution Computing

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