The ‘Big Analytics’ Revolution Starts with R: Webinar June 14

June 7, 2011
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(This article was first published on Revolutions, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

On Tuesday next week I'll be teaming up with Revolution Analytics' Mike Minelli to give a 30-minute webinar to introduce executives to R, Big Data, and applications of advanced analytics. If there's someone in your company who needs to know about the impact of R on getting value out of data, they can register here. Here's the agenda:

The 'Big Analytics' Revolution Starts with R

Date: Tuesday, June 14th, 2011
Time: 10:00AM - 10:30AM Pacific Daylight Time

You’ve heard about “R” now learn about “R”.

Join us for a 30-minute executive Webinar to find out how companies of all types and sizes can integrate the “R,” into their modern, enterprise analytics infrastructure strategy.

We’ll cover:

  • An overview of the Open Source “R,” language, and why it’s become the de-facto standard for statistical computing;
  • How ‘Big Data’ requires R’s ‘Big Analytics’ capabilities, including leveraging the new breed of popular data sources—such as Hadoop, NoSQL, and in-database data warehouses;
  • Use cases and implementation scenarios that share best practices for integrating R into your corporate analytics projects.

Revolution Analytics was named one of CIO Magazine’s 20 Companies to Watch in 2011 and we’re one of this year’s Gartner’s “Cool Vendors in BI and Analytics”. Our Revolution R Enterprise software can process, visualize and model 'Big Data' faster than legacy statistics products — at a fraction of their license cost — without employing expensive or specialized hardware.

Revolution Webinars: The 'Big Analytics' Revolution Starts with R

 

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