Revolution Newsletter: June 2012

June 14, 2012

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

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

Revolution R Enterprise 6 Now Available! The latest release of Revolution R Enterprise brings yet more performance, productivity and enterprise readiness to open source R. This update adds support for distributed computing on Platform LSF grids, cloud computing with Azure burst, big-data Generalized Linear Models, and the improved performance of the R 2.14.2 engine. Check out the video demos showcasing the improvements in Revolution R Enterprise 6, or join our webinar on June 20 to learn about the new features.

Which R is right for you? Wondering what's the difference between Revolution R Enterprise and Open-Source R? Not sure if you need a workstation or server? Consult our handy table to decide.

Learn how to create beautiful data visualizations in R, onlineVisualization in R with ggplot2 is a new web-based course with live instruction, presented online June 19-20. And a few seats are still available for Hadley Wickham's R Development Master Class in New York City June 21-22 and the San Francisco Bay Area June 28-29. Visit our R Training page for details.

Free R webinars on financial risk and geolocated data. On June 13, professor David Unwin ( presents Finding Meaning in Points, Areas and Surfaces: Spatial Analysis in R [replay and slides coming soon at that link — ed.]; on June 28 David Humke (Northern Trust) presents Achieving High-Performing, Simulation-Based Operational Risk Measurement with RevoScaleR. Follow the links to register and secure your place for these live online presentations.

Learn about Data Mining and Certification for R. Follow the links to watch replays of two very popular webinars from last month: Introduction to R for Data Mining and Getting Up to Speed with R: Certificate Program in R for Statistical Analysis, Visualization and Modelling.

See you at useR! 2012Revolution Analytics is proud to sponsor the annual R User Conference, held this year at Vanderbilt University. Come see the Revolution Analytics team talk about Data Mining, Hadoop and Business Applications with R, or visit our booth and see the new Revolution R Enterprise 6 in action.

Revolution Analytics in the news. Read how R, Hadoop and NoSQL are influencing enterprise IT analytics in this ComputerWorld Canada cover story. And see what the business press has to say about Revolution R Enterprise 6 in The RegisterZDNet and Silicon Angle.

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