Introducing Microsoft R Server

Earlier this year Microsoft released Microsoft R Server. This is essentially a rebranding of Revolution R Enterprise—acquired through Microsoft’s acquisition of Revolution Analytics in April 2015. However, the fact that Microsoft is backing the product makes a big difference to many potential corporate users. And with Microsoft embracing R across the company, more investment in […]
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Conducting sentiment analysis using R

I’ve been asked on numerous occasions how to conduct sentiment analyses in R. There used to be a sentiment package, but it’s now only available via the archive. An alternative approach (and one that works with languages other than R) is to use a sentiment analysis web service. There are numerous services to choose from. […]
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SQL Server 2016 – Analytic Revolution with R: Part 3

Implementing a Data Science Workstation SQL Server Architecture for R and Data Science We have previously seen how to integrate R with SQL Server. While executing R scripts in stored procedures is tremendously valuable, the methods lacks the interactivity required by most analysts. To appreciate how SQL Server’s R services can provide this interactivity, we […]
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