Open Thoughts on Analytics
JAN 31, 2012 8:45am ET

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I met up with an old analytics colleague over the holidays. We worked together from the mid 90's to the early 00's. Our bond was the use of SAS as a foundation for much of the intelligence work we did at the time, including data programming, reporting and statistical analysis. Shortly after 2000, I started to migrate from SAS to first S+ and then R, while my friend remained steadfast in his loyalty to SAS.

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Comments (2)
Hey Steve, I second your wish for R & Tableau interoperability. In fact, at the Tableau Customer Conference brainstorm session on stats & Tableau, I described my dream platform as a combination of R & Tableau. It would be really nice to be able to flip between both platforms to use both to best advantage. Best, Jim
Posted by Jim P | Wednesday, February 01 2012 at 2:11PM ET
Jim --

See my writeup of R and Omsniscope.

Regards, Steve

Posted by steve m | Sunday, February 12 2012 at 8:20AM ET
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