What’s new in Revolution R Enterprise? Webinar November 5

November 1, 2013

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

Revolution R Enterprise 7 is a major update to Revolution Analytics' flagship predictive analytics software. Not only does it include the latest release of Open Source R (providing compatability with more than 6,000 user-contributed packages), it also adds in-Hadoop and in-database predictive modeling with big data, new statistical capabilities, and drag-and-drop workflow building via integration with Alteryx. You can learn more about what's new in RRE7 here, or join our webinar on Tuesday November 5 for a live presentation and Q&A. Here's the description:

The Revolution R Enterprise Big Data Big Analytics (BDBA) platform super-charges organizations beyond the status quo in order to expedite discovery, accelerate growth and sharpen operations. It’s the transformative platform that helps organizations leverage what’s new and disruptive about BDBA: new analytic methods, new data types, new platforms like Hadoop and second-generation EDWs, a vibrant R community and analytic consumers’ increasing hunger for concise, actionable data.

Revolution R Enterprise 7 is the most powerful, scalable, portable and innovative platform for Big Data Big Analytics.

Join Chief Strategy Officer and VP of Product Management and Marketing Michele Chambers and Director of Product Management Thomas Dinsmore to learn more about Revolution R Enterprise 7.

You can register now for the live event (and to be sent the slides and replay after the event) at the link below.

Revolution Analytics Webinars: Introducing Revolution R Enterprise 7: The Big Data Big Analytics Platform

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