Posts Tagged ‘ events ’

Hold on to your hats: it’s World Statistics Day!

October 20, 2010
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Apparently today is the first ever World Statistics Day. I only knew about it because I'd seen a couple of passing references to it from the stats folks I follow on Twitter. But I guess this UN-sponsored event is a big deal, judging from the official website: The celebration of the World Statistics Day will acknowledge the service provided...

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Saptarshi Guha on Hadoop, R

September 20, 2010
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Saptarshi Guha (author of the Rhipe package) joins the likes of Ebay, Yahoo, Twitter and Facebook and as one of just 37 presenters at the Hadoop World conference. (Revolution Analytics is proud to sponsor Saptarshi's presence at this event, which take place in New York on October 12.) He'll be talking about using R and Hadoop to analyze Voice-over-IP...

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What can other languages learn from R?

September 9, 2010
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What can other languages learn from R?

At the ASA Statistical Computing Award ceremony in Vancouver last month, R's co-creator Ross Ihaka said that R began as a "system that was functional and well-designed, and made it easy and fun for other people to help". R's other co-creator, Robert Gentleman, also described the ability of others to contribute as "the exit strategy" that made R so...

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Webinar September 22: Deploying R

September 8, 2010
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In 2 weeks, on Wednesday September 22, I'll be hosting a webinar in conjunction with Andrew Lampitt at Jaspersoft. This new webinar is all about how to Deploy R: in other words, how to use the new server-based capabilities of Revolution R Enterprise 4 for Linux to embed the results of R scripts into applications and web pages. One...

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Slides and replay for “Big Data with Revolution R”

August 25, 2010
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Thanks to everyone who attended our webinar this morning, Big Data Analysis for R Using Revolution R Enterprise, and in particular thanks for all the thoughtful questions during the Q&A session. If you missed the live broadcast, a replay is now available (requires the ability to view WMV files), and you can also download the slides in PDF format....

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Webinar: Big Data Analysis with Revolution R

August 24, 2010
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Don't forget that I'll be hosting a webinar tomorrow talking about the new RevoScaleR package included with the forthcoming Revolution R Enterprise 4.0. The webinar will also feature a live demonstration from Joseph Rickert. The full details are below, and you can register for the webinar here. Big Data Analysis for R Using Revolution R Enterprise Date: Wednesday, Aug...

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Presentations and video from useR! 2010 available

August 13, 2010
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For anyone who missed the useR! 2010 conference in Gaithersburg last month (or just wants to revisit some of the amazing talks), you can now find slides from many of the contributed presentations available for download. (Look for the link to download slides.) The presentations from the Revolution team members are there, including: My presentation on Evolving R...

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R has the best models

August 9, 2010
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R has the best models

We had a great time at the JSM conference, and I really enjoyed meeting with all the useRs at the Revolution mixer on Wednesday evening (where this photo was taken). Hope everyone had a great time -- thanks for coming!

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Revolution at JSM

August 1, 2010
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If you're in Vancouver for the Joint Statistics Meetings, come by and meet the Revolution team. (Revolution is a Silver Sponsor of JSM.) We're at Booth 527 of the Exhibition Hall (near the poster displays) showing the new and upcoming features of Revolution R, and we've got lots of R-related goodies to give away. If you're new to R,...

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Snapshots from useR! 2010

July 26, 2010
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Snapshots from useR! 2010

I've still got more to write from days 2 and 3 of useR! 2010, but in the meantime here are a few snapshots from my camera roll. (Click on the images for larger versions.) Jeroen Ooms (left) chats with other useRs in the main hallway at NIST. Karim Chine demonstrates his Electric-R portal for R on Amazon's EC2 cloud....

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