Webinar: Big Data Analysis with Revolution R

August 24, 2010

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

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 25, 2010

Time: 9am – 10am Pacific Time


David Smith, Revolution Analytics

Joseph Rickert, Revolution Analytics

The R language is well-established as the modern language for predictive analytics. However, given the deluge of data that must be processed and analyzed today, some organizations have been reluctant to deploy R beyond research into production applications. Additionally, R’s in-memory design offers great flexibility, but can be limiting when processing multi-gigabyte or terabyte-class datasets.

Attend this webinar to see how Revolution R Enterprise now extends the reach of R into the realm of ‘Big Data’ data analysis!

  • Unprecedented levels of performance and capacity for statistical analysis of very large data sets in the R environment
  • See a demonstration of how Revolution R Enterprise can process, visualize and model this scale of data in a fraction of the time of legacy systems
  • Cut out the need for expensive or specialized hardware

Revolution Analytics webinars: Big Data Analysis for R using Revolution R Enterprise

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