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September 28, 2016


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'R' has so much of potential to process billions of records to quickly determine the outcome of a n issue is truly amazing

I can't seem to watch the video!

Bof. This is not impressive. I am myself usually scoring at 1.15 million rows per seconds (thus significantly faster than 'Grossoft) on a "cheap" Laptop (Sager: around 2K€) using the R engine embedded inside Anatella.

@Ron, looks like the link changed when the embedding was enabled for the video. I've updated the link and embedded the video above. Thanks!

The linked tutorial is about loan classification and not fraud detection.

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