By Mike.Hallett@Oracle-BI&EPM on Aug 29, 2012
Further demonstrating commitment to the open source community, Oracle has just released enhanced support of the R statistical programming language for Oracle Solaris and AIX in addition to Linux and Windows, connectivity to Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database in addition to Oracle Database, and integration of hardware-specific Math libraries for faster performance. Oracle’s Open Source distribution of R is available with the Oracle Big Data Appliance and available for download now.
Oracle also offers Oracle R Enterprise, a component of Oracle Advanced Analytics that enables R processing on Oracle Database servers. This all goes to make big data analytics more accessible in the enterprise and improving data scientist productivity with faster performance
Since its introduction in 1995, R has attracted more than two million users and is widely used today for developing statistical applications that analyze big data.
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