Posts Tagged ‘ Announcements ’

Revolution’s 2010 roadmap

May 7, 2010
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As part of all the news from yesterday, we also announced our vision and roadmap for the Revolution R product line for 2010. You can see a short summary of our vision in this two-minute video, or see more details in the roadmap whitepaper available for download. But here's a quick overview of our plans: First, we intend to...

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Revolution R Enterprise now free to academics

May 6, 2010
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Unlike Revolution R Community which is 100% free to everyone, our commercial-grade Revolution R Enterprise distribution bundles R with proprietary components from our development team, which are normally available only to paying subscribers. (Those subscriptions are the way we get income to keep the company going.) Those components include our full ParallelR libraries for parallel programming, enhanced for 64-bit...

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REvolution Computing is now Revolution Analytics

May 6, 2010
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So, as you may have noticed from the new banner here at the blog, we've changed our name to Revolution Analytics. It's still the same company and the same people, and still focused around the R Project, but now with a fresh new look and lots of exciting news. I'll be blogging about our new academic program, our new...

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REvolution R Community 3.2 now available

April 9, 2010
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REvolution R Community, REvolution's free distribution based on R from the R Project, has been updated to version 3.2 and is now available for download for Windows and MacOS. Some features of this release include: Upgraded R engine. This release is based on R 2.10.1, the latest release (as of this writing). This brings many new features to the...

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R 2.11.0 scheduled for April 22

March 22, 2010
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Announced this morning on the r-announce mailing list is the impending release of R 2.11.0, scheduled for April 22. As usual, the release soon goes into a beta-test phase, with updated sources to be available on the 22nd and binaries to follow a few days thereafter.

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SPSS Co-Founder Tex Hull Joins REvolution Computing

February 18, 2010
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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...

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Seminar: Statistical Methods for DNA Resequencing Analysis in Disease-Gene Studies

February 12, 2010
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Department of Biostatistics Seminar/Workshop Series:Statistical Methods for DNA Resequencing Analysis in Disease-Gene StudiesWenyi Wang, Ph.D., Faculty CandidateStanford Genome Technology Center, UC Berkeley Statistics2:00-3:00pm Monday, Februa...

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Regression Modeling Strategies Course by Frank Harrell

February 8, 2010
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Frank Harrell is teaching his 3-session short course on regression modeling strategies using R here at Vanderbilt next month. Frank is a professor and chair of the Vanderbilt Biostatistics Department, and the author of several massively popular R libra...

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R creators win prestigious Statistical Computing and Graphics Award

January 29, 2010
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The American Statistical Association recently created a new, bi-annual award to to recognize an individual or team for innovation in computing, software, or graphics that has had a great impact on statistical practice or research. The committee has just announced the winner (or in this, joint winners) of the first award: Robert Gentleman and Ross Ihaka, for their work...

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Robert Gentleman joins REvolution’s board of directors

January 25, 2010
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We're so excited here at REvolution Computing to announce that Robert Gentleman has joined our board of directors. Robert is one of the two originators of the R Project: a research project between Robert and Ross Ihaka in 1996 was the genesis of the R language. (Both Robert and Ross were profiled in an article in the New York...

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