[R] R Software Program Help
pdalgd at gmail.com
Tue Feb 23 18:23:43 CET 2016
On 23 Feb 2016, at 17:02 , Ashley Porter <aporter at theplanetforward.com> wrote:
> Good Morning,
> I wanted to reach out as I am looking to learn more about the R Project / R
> Statistical Programming software, particularly as it's been utilizing in
> power plant industries. I work in the energy industry and my clients are
> starting to look for Risk Analysts proficient in this tool, and I find
> myself unaware of what this tool is. Any information or help would be
> greatly appreciated.
Well, from your perspective, R is basically like SAS or Stata, just more flexible; maybe more challenging to master, but also quite a bit more fun.
R is gaining quite some traction in the Data Science and Machine Learning areas, mainly due to visualization tools and data munging facilities, but also due to availability of a wide variety of modern statistical procedures. It has for quite some time been the weapon of choice when attacking methodology issues in Statistics at the research level.
- Peter D.
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