[R] OT : R Applications for Force.com/ Salesforce
ohri2007 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 10 09:46:33 CET 2010
No I am not on the payroll for these people.
or any relation of any kind ;) I just like cloud computing thats all
Appreciate your kind consideration Mr Simpson- I was not sure of the
list so mailed all 3- .
The subject line has been modified-hopefully there should be a
technical answer to a technical question.
On Wed, Nov 10, 2010 at 1:49 PM, Gavin Simpson <gavin.simpson at ucl.ac.uk> wrote:
> On Wed, 2010-11-10 at 13:38 +0530, Ajay Ohri wrote:
>> Dear List
>> Forgive me for the slightly off topic query
> In general OT is OK if it relates to R, but why should we forgive you
> for posting to three R lists at once! This would seem to be OT for
> R-Devel and so far OT for R-Packages it makes me wonder if you aren't on
> the payroll for these people.
> Please be considerate when deciding to whom you address these emails. At
> best this is something for R-Help and should be clearly marked OT in the
> subject line.
>> Force.com and Salesforce have many (1009) apps at
>> http://sites.force.com/appexchange/home for cloud computing for
>> businesses, but very few forecasting and statistical simulation apps.
>> Example of Monte Carlo based app is here
>> These are like iPhone apps except meant for business purposes (I am
>> unaware if any university is offering salesforce.com integration
>> though google apps and amazon related research seems to be on)
>> Force.com uses a language called Apex and you can see
>> http://wiki.developerforce.com/index.php/App_Logic and
>> Apex is similar to R in that is OOPs
>> My question is are there any R packages or research in Force.com or
>> Salesforce.com Apps going on ( see SAS A new SAS data surveyor is
>> available to access data from the Customer Relationship Management
>> (CRM) software vendor Salesforce.com. at
>> I am just doing research on cloud computing and R and needed this
>> info. Many thanks as always
>> Ajay Ohri
>> Delhi, India
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