Taming the Internet of Things – KNIME Case Study zite.to/ZslQ3s
Here’s a new tool of interest for R users. Check out RStudio.
RStudio™ is a new integrated development environment (IDE) for R. RStudio combines an intuitive user interface with powerful coding tools to help you get the most out of R. RStudio brings together everything you need to be productive with R in a single, customizable environment. Its intuitive interface and powerful coding tools help you get work done faster.
And here are some comments from Flowing Data.
Predictive analytics software vendor, KXEN, has announced two upcoming training sessions to be held in Chicago.
- May 13-14, 2009 Fundamental Training and KXEN Certification
- May 15, 2009 Scripting and Advanced Topics
Wolfram Research announced the release of Mathematica Home Edition. It’s the personal version of the software used by professionals in science, engineering and mathematics fields. It costs $295.
Mathematica Home Edition contains the same functions that can be found in Wolfram’s recently released Mathematica 7. That includes image processing, parallel computation, and astronomical, geographical and life science data. New user interfaces are employed in the Home Edition that make it easier for users to generate results.
Check out the Macworld article.
The New York Times has picked up on the increasing popularity of the open source analytics and data mining software, R.
As budgets tighten and solution choices expand many companies are starting to consider open source solutions to things like CRM, productivity software and more. Here’s a list from John Perez of 25 alternatives to enterprise software.
Wolfram shows some great examples of how Mathematica can be used to analyze things like the election. Import poll data. Run simulations. Create graphs.