Posts Tagged ‘ REvolution ’

Happy 1st Birthday, Revolutions!

December 9, 2009

Wow, doesn't time fly! It's hard to believe that this blog is one year old already: our first post was on December 9, 2008. I remember when we first had the idea of doing a blog exclusively devoted to R that some wondered if there would be enough news about R to warrant daily updates, but with the community...

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R, REvolution named in top analytic trends for 2010

December 7, 2009

Author and enterprise software executive Nenshad Bardoliwalla lists his Top 10 Trends for 2010 in Analytics, Business Intelligence, and Performance Management at the website Enterprise Irregulars. If you've been following the Business Intelligence space (and who hasn't, right?) you'll recognize some familiar themes: predictive analytics, Web 2.0, Software-as-a-Service, risk, IBM. What's interesting about this list is that it raises...

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How R is disrupting a billion-dollar market

December 4, 2009

Zack Urlocker, the EVP for Products at MySQL before it was acquired by Sun (and now an executive at Sun) has written an article at InfoWorld suggesting that the recent rash of articles looking at how IBM's acquisition of SPSS is affecting the BI market dominated by SAS are downplaying the real agent of change in the space: R....

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