Open Thoughts on Analytics
OCT 18, 2012 11:09am ET

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I’ve been updating the computational analytics platform on my Wintel notebook the last few days. I’d fallen behind several versions on each of the main tools and decided to get them all back in synch at once. The good news for hackers like me is that there are so many freely-available, open source analytics products to choose from. The bad news is that it takes a focused effort to stay up to date on the latest largesse.

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Comments (1)
Glad to hear you find Python useful. If you do not want to have to deal with the headache of package management and such, and you are interested in cutting-edge tools for Python for data analytics, take a look at Anaconda, the enterprise-supported distribution of Python from Continuum Analytics: http://continuum.io/anaconda

It is cross-platform, and although we do not have Rpy/Rpy2 in it yet, we plan on adding that for the next release.

Posted by Peter W | Friday, November 02 2012 at 5:58AM ET
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