Webinar Wednesday Aug 24: Revolution R Enterprise, 100% R and More

August 22, 2011
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(This article was first published on Revolutions, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

A heads-up that I'll be giving a free webinar this Wednesday, August 24. In 30 minutes, I'll give an overview of the open-source R project and the additional features of Revolution R Enterprise:

R users already know why the R language is the lingua franca of statisticians today: because it's the most powerful statistical language in the world. Revolution Analytics builds on the power of open source R, and adds performance, productivity and integration features to create Revolution R Enterprise. In this webinar, author and blogger David Smith will introduce the additional capabilities of Revolution R Enterprise, including:

  • Multi-processor speed improvements and parallel processing
  • Productivity and debugging with an integrated development environment (IDE) for the R language
  • "Big data" statistics, with out-of-memory storage of multi-gigabyte data sets
  • Web Services for R, to integrate R computations and graphics into Web-based applications
  • Technical support and consulting services for R

This webinar will be of value to current R users in industry and government who want to learn more about the additional capabilities of Revolution R Enterprise to enhance the productivity, ease of use, and enterprise readiness of open source R. R users in academia will also find this webinar valuable: we will explain how all members of the academic community can obtain Revolution R Enterprise free of charge.

If you know of anyone who could benefit from learning about R and Revolution R Enterprise, please send them the link below.

Revolution Analytics webinars: Revolution R Enterprise, 100% R and More

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