3323 search results for "Big Data"

replyr: Get a Grip on Big Data in R

March 5, 2017
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replyr: Get a Grip on Big Data in R

replyr is an R package that contains extensions, adaptions, and work-arounds to make remote R dplyr data sources (including big data systems such as Spark) behave more like local data. This allows the analyst to more easily develop and debug procedures that simultaneously work on a variety of data services (in-memory data.frame, SQLite, PostgreSQL, and … Continue...

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See RStudio + sparklyr for big data at Strata + Hadoop World

February 13, 2017
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See RStudio + sparklyr for big data at Strata + Hadoop World

If big data is your thing, you use R, and you’re headed to Strata + Hadoop World in San Jose March 13 & 14th, you can experience in person how easy and practical it is to analyze big data with R and Spark. In a beginner level talk by RStudio’s Edgar Ruiz and an intermediate

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How successful can an R meetup be? meet(R) in Tricity! – RSelenium and Big Data processing

February 6, 2017
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How successful can an R meetup be? meet(R) in Tricity! – RSelenium and Big Data processing

At Thursday (12.01.2017) we had a chance to attend the first TriCity R Users Group (Pomerania, Poland) meeting. The meetup was unexpectedly very successful! The success can be measured in the time attendees spent on ardently comments and questions aft...

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Lifting the Big Data Veil: Data Science Strategy for Water Utilities

February 1, 2017
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Lifting the Big Data Veil: Data Science Strategy for Water Utilities

A summary of my essay on data science strategy for water utilities. This strategy is based on the principles of the science of data. Continue reading → The post Lifting the Big Data Veil: Data Science Strategy for Water Utilities appeared first on The Devil is in the Data.

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R For Beginners: Basic Graphics Code to Produce Informative Graphs, Part Two, Working With Big Data

January 16, 2017
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R For Beginners:  Basic Graphics Code to Produce Informative Graphs, Part Two, Working With Big Data

R for beginners: Some basic graphics code to produce informative graphs, part two, working with big data A tutorial by D. M. Wiig In part one of this tutorial I discussed the use of R code to produce 3d scatterplots. This is a useful way to produce visual results of multi- variate linear regression models. … Continue...

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Free online course: Analyzing big data with Microsoft R Server

November 29, 2016
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If you're already familiar with R, but struggling with out-of-memory or performance problems when attempting to analyze large data sets, you might want to check out this new EdX course, Analyzing Big Data with Microsoft R Server, presented by my colleague Seth Mottaghinejad. In the course, you'll learn how to build models using the RevoScaleR package, and deploy those...

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Naive Bayes: A Generative Model and Big Data Classifier

November 2, 2016
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Installing the additional R packages in Oracle Big Data Lite VM 4.5.0

Oracle has just released version 4.5.0 of the Big Data Lite VM which, when it comes to R, still suffers from the issues we had pinpointed for the previous version 4.4.0 (and then some). The first attempt to install the additional packages fails with a ‘cannot open URL’ error: Fortunately, the warning about the proxy helps to locate the...

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Revolution R Enterprise tutorial: Free 8h interactive tutorial on Big Data Analytics

July 11, 2016
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Revolution R Enterprise tutorial: Free 8h interactive tutorial on Big Data Analytics

In need for better ways to handle large data sets? Interested in manipulating, visualizing, and analysing large datasets with RevoScaleR? Then make sure to have a look at this free hands-on Revolution R Enterprise tutorial on Big Data Analytics by Revo...

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Big Data Insights: Tale of IT Investments and Returns

July 11, 2016
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Big Data Insights: Tale of IT Investments and Returns

Once again, this post brings forth to the audience, a predictive analytical insight from huge volumes of information technology security data belonging to two fortune 500 companies (more or less having similar characteristics). Going to a quick backgro...

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