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R Training at Nicholls State University
I’ll be presenting two workshops backtoback at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux Louisiana June 1416. The first workshop will cover a broad range of R topics. Each topic will include a brief comparison to how R differs from the popular … Continue reading
Posted in Analytics, Data Mangement, Data Science, R, Uncategorized
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R’s Growth Continues to Accelerate
Each year I update the growth in R’s capability on The Popularity of Data Analysis Software. And each year, I think R’s incredible rate of growth will finally slow down. Below is a graph of the latest data, and as … Continue reading
Posted in Analytics, Data Science, R, SAS, Uncategorized
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Advanced Analytics Software’s Most Important Feature? Gartner Says it’s VCF
The IT research firm, Gartner, Inc. has released its February 2016 report, Magic Quadrant for Advanced Analytics Platforms. The report’s main graph shows the completeness of each company’s vision plotted against its ability to achieve that vision (Figure 1.) I … Continue reading
Posted in Analytics, R, SAS, SPSS, Statistics, Uncategorized
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Business Intelligence and Data Science Groups in East Tennessee
The Knoxville area has four groups that help people learn about business intelligence and data science. The Knoxville R Users Group (KRUG) focuses on the free and open source R language. Each meeting begins with a bit of socializing followed … Continue reading
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Using Discussion Forum Activity to Estimate Analytics Software Market Share
I’m finally getting around to overhauling the Discussion Forum Activity section of The Popularity of Data Analysis Software. To save you the trouble of reading all 43 pages, I’m posting just this section below. Discussion Forum Activity Another way to measure … Continue reading
Posted in Analytics, R, SAS, SPSS, Stata, Uncategorized
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Rexer Analytics Survey Results
Rexer Analytics has released preliminary results showing the usage of various data science tools. I’ve added the results to my continuouslyupdated article, The Popularity of Data Analysis Software. For your convenience, the new section is repeated below. Surveys of Use One … Continue reading
Free Webinar: Intro to SparkR
Are you interested in combining the power of R and Spark? An “Intro to SparkR” webinar will take place on July 15, 2015 at 10 am California time. Everyone is welcome to attend. Agenda: – What is SparkR? – Recent … Continue reading
Posted in Analytics, R, Statistics
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Estimating Analytics Software Market Share by Counting Books
Below is the latest update to The Popularity of Data Analysis Software. Books The number of books published on each software package or language reflects its relative popularity. Amazon.com offers an advanced search method which works well for all the software except R … Continue reading
Posted in Analytics, R, SAS, SPSS, Stata, Statistics
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R Now Contains 150 Times as Many Commands as SAS
by Bob Muenchen In my ongoing quest to analyze the world of analytics, I’ve updated the Growth in Capability section of The Popularity of Data Analysis Software. To save you the trouble of foraging through that tome, I’ve pasted it below. … Continue reading
Posted in Analytics, R, SAS, Statistics
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I’ve Been Replaced by an Analytics Robot
It was only a few years ago when the N.Y. Times declared my job “sexy". My old job title of statistician had sounded dull and stodgy, but then it became filled with exciting jargon: I’m a data scientist doing predictive analytics with … Continue reading
Posted in Analytics, Statistics, Uncategorized
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