Posts Tagged ‘ oracle ’

RODM Article on the Oracle Technology Network

August 3, 2010
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RODM Article on the Oracle Technology Network

A new article over at OTN demonstrates the new RODM package that allows you to control Oracle Data Mining within the database itself using R.  This and the recent announcement over at Revolution Analytics both reveal more solutions for proces...

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Hacker News User Base Changed?

July 26, 2010
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Hacker News User Base Changed?

There are lots of references on Hacker news to the fact that the "good old days" are gone and that the character of the site has changed since it started.  The visualization above was based on a sample of users that posted on the site in recent ti...

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Hierarchical Visualizations in R and the Javascript InfoVis Toolkit

July 12, 2010
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Hierarchical Visualizations in R and the Javascript InfoVis Toolkit

I love R.  It is really a great language and platform for statistical work and graphing.  But every technology has its limits - and other tools can be meet different needs.  So in this post, I will start with R and move on to the JavaScr...

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R and Oracle HR Part II – Plotting a single variable

July 9, 2010
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R and Oracle HR Part II – Plotting a single variable

If you have not done so already, make sure you have R and Oracle setup as described in the previous article.  If so, you should be able to create a connection from R and list the tables that are available in the HR schema.library('RODBC')ch <-o...

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R and Oracle HR Part I – Set Up and Connect

July 8, 2010
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R and Oracle HR Part I – Set Up and Connect

There has been recent interest in the attention that Oracle has been giving to R.  This has been related to the use of Oracle Data Mining which is a paid option to Oracle.  This is the first in a series of posts that can be run using the Orac...

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RODM: An R package for Oracle Data Mining

June 2, 2010
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RODM: An R package for Oracle Data Mining

The folks at Oracle have announced an R package that provides an interface to the Oracle Data Mining option of their 11g database . See more at this Oracle blog.

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Modern Microprocessor MIPS

April 2, 2009
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Modern Microprocessor MIPS

The question of how modern microprocessors compare with mainframe processors of yore, arises from time to time. The vernacular rate metric that has persisted for a long time (long in the history of computers, that is) is MIPS. Whether you approve of M...

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