8/16/2015

Intro to Microsoft - Revolution Analytics R Open

Microsoft purchased Revolution Analytics.

Revolution R Open (RRO) is the enhanced distribution of R from Revolution Analytics. It is a complete open source platform for statistical analysis and data science.
Revolution R Open is distributed under the GNU Public License v2 (GPLv2) open source license.
Download RRO and MKL (Math)
Start the install...RRO first...
Now install the MKO... run command prompt as admin
Run the RRO Rgui 3.2.1 64bit...
If you got to the directory:


You can import one of the .R files. I selected one of the demo files...



Highlighted the entire file by clicking Cntrl-A, then ran,
It produced some graphs...

You can download the R Studio here: https://www.rstudio.com/

A Getting Started page... https://mran.revolutionanalytics.com/documents/getting-started/
They offer a free course, online, intermediate level, found here: http://www.revolutionanalytics.com/free-course-introduction-revolution-r-enterprise-big-data-analytics hosted on the Datacamp site.
Get Your R IDE
After you download and install Revolution R Open or open R, the next step is to get an integrated development environment, or IDE, for R. One such R IDE is RStudio. Your R IDE is where you'll write your code.
Downloaded the Windows version...
Started the install...
Once RStudio is installed, open the IDE...
Here's another link on Kaggle: https://www.kaggle.com/wiki/Tutorials

And that's my Introduction to Microsoft Revolution Analytics R Open and R Studio.
Thanks for reading~!
Oh, here's an older link on "My First Microsoft ML Project in Azure": http://www.bloomconsultingbi.com/2014/08/my-first-microsoft-ml-project-in-azure.html
"Install Mahout, RHadoop, Configure Map Reduce Job": http://www.bloomconsultingbi.com/2014/03/install-mahout-rhadoop-configure-map.html





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