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Monthly Archives: May 2012
Poll Shows Open Source Almost Even with Commercial Analytics Software
The 2012 results of the annual KDnuggets poll are in. It shows R in first place with 30.7% of users reporting having used it for a real project. Excel is almost as popular. It seems out of place among so … Continue reading
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Will 2015 be the Beginning of the End for SAS and SPSS?
Learning to use a data analysis tool well takes significant effort, so people tend to continue using the tool they learned in college for much of their careers. As a result, the software used by professors and their students is … Continue reading
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I’m almost done moving this site from Google Sites to WordPress. This post describes some of the some things I’ve learned about WordPress.com. By default, WordPress.com makes your site look like a blog. I preferred it look like a web … Continue reading
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