The Big Analytics Revolution starts with R

June 15, 2011
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(This article was first published on Revolutions, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Thanks to everyone who attended our webinar The 'Big Analytics' Revolution Starts with R yesterday. If you missed the live session, you can download the presentation slides (PDF) and the 30-minute replay video (WMV) from the Revolution Analytics website.

The presentation focuses on the isse of Big Data, and how businesses can use advanced analytics methods implemented in the R language to get economic value from the data they've collected.  David Champagne (our CTO) also provides some best practices for setting up an "Analytics Stack" of interoperable techologies for data storage, ETL, analytics, and presentation, along with some specific examples of the Revolution R integrations with Hadoop and Netezza data wareshouses. Slide 25 has some links to useful resources on the topic as well.

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

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