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Mike Driscoll has posted an outstanding summary of Wednesday's Bay Area User's Group meeting on his Data Evolution blog. It was fascinating to hear how Google and Facebook make use of R, and the questions from the group members were great, too.
Posted by David Smith at 09:19 in applications, events, predictive analytics, R | Permalink
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