Revolution Newsletter: April 2012

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The most recent edition of the Revolution Newsletter is out. The news section is below, and you can read the full April edition (with highlights from this blog and community events) online. You can subscribe to the Revolution Newsletter to get it monthly via email.

Spring Webinar Series. Our Spring Webinar Series features presentations from Revolution Analytics staff and thought leaders in predictive analytics and Big Data. Don't miss webinars coming soon on Big Data with R and Hadoop;integrating R with MS Officespatial statistics with Rdata mining with Rretail marketing analyticsa graduate certificate program in R, and much more. See our webinar schedule for full details. Registration is free, but attendance is limited — sign up soon to claim your seat for the live presentation.

Using Revolution R Enterprise with the IBM Netezza appliance, you can build powerful predictive models for Big Data using using Naive Bayes and Classification Trees, as shown in this demonstration video.

Revolution Analytics' Senior Advisor for Products and Strategy Norman Nie shares Five Benefits of Big Analyticsin the 2012 SAP Sybase Capital Markets Guide.

If you missed any of our recent webinars, catch our on-demand replays to see: how R was used to analyze when banks should modify distressed home loans; how R is used for actuarial analysis at Deloitte Consulting; and how to make model results more impactful.

Revolution Analytics is proud to sponsor R/Finance 2012, the premier conference devoted to applied financial analysis using R. Register now for two-days of in-depth presentations May 11-12 in Chicago, including David Humke (Northern Trust) who will speak on Operational Risk Measurement with R and RevoScaleR.

The annual Future of Open Source Survey (sponsored by the 451 Group, Revolution Analytics and other open-source firms) tracks opinions and trends on the use of open-source software in commercial organizations. Please take 5 minutes to provide your input. The conclusions from the 2011 survey are available here.

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