Revolution Newsletter: November 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 November edition (with highlights from this blog and community events) online. You can subscribe to the Revolution Newsletter to get it monthly via email.

Now Available: Revolution R Enterprise 6.1 The latest release of Revolution Analytics' enterprise-ready data analysis platform is now available! Revolution R Enterprise 6.1 adds a new big-data decision tree algorithm, support for analysis of data in the Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS), and performance, security and installation improvements. Join our webinar on Thursday, November 15 to learn what's new, visit the Revolutions blog for a video demo of analyzing HDFS data, or compare features in our Which R is Right for Me? page.

New Public Training Courses in Boston, Singapore. The Revolution Analytics Training Page has details on new live classroom courses from expert instructors, including basic R and R data visualization courses near Boston, Advanced R in Milan, and Introduction to R and Time Series courses in Singapore. Registration is also open for the online courses Big Data Analytics with RevoScaleRIntroduction to R for SAS/SPSS/Stata Users, and Managing Data with R.

Why the world needs Data Science, and why Data Scientists need R. If you missed the recent webinar The Rise of Data Science in the Age of Big Data Analytics: Why Data Distillation and Machine Learning Aren’t Enough presented by Revolution Analytics' David Smith, a video replay is now available.

Revolution Analytics in the News. Read in InfoWorld how Williams-Sonoma targets customers with Big Data, Revolution R Enterprise and Upstream Software. And David Smith reveals in VentureBeat how Nate Silver used data science to beat the pundits and correctly call the election outcome.

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