R Commercial Software

Revolution Analytics

http://www.revolutionanalytics.com/ Download- http://www.revolutionanalytics.com/downloads/ Official Screenshot-

• XL Solutions

http://www.experience-rplus.com/ Download-http://www.experience-rplus.com/down.asp Official Screenshot-

Information Builder

http://www.informationbuilders.com/products/webfocus/PredictiveModeling Official Screenshot-

Blue Reference- Inference for R

http://inferenceforr.com/default.aspx Download-http://inferenceforr.com/freetrial/default.aspx Official Screenshot-

R for Excel

http://www.statconn.com/

Download- http://rcom.univie.ac.at/download.html

Also integrates R with Word, Open Office and Excel with Scilab

R Graphs Resources

Relevant GUI-

GrapheR and Deducer

https://rforanalytics.wordpress.com/graphical-user-interfaces-for-r/

Websites-


Graphics by Examples

. UCLA: Academic Technology Services,  Statistical Consulting Group. from https://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/R/gbe/default.htm (accessed Feb 10, 2011)

https://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/R/gbe/default.htm

Quick-R

http://www.statmethods.net/graphs/

Graph Gallery

http://addictedtor.free.fr/graphiques/allgraph.php

Frank McCown

https://www.harding.edu/fmccown/r/

Detailed Tutorial

https://math.illinoisstate.edu/dhkim/rstuff/rtutor.html

Advanced Data Visualization

Hadley Wickham

Courses- http://had.co.nz/stat645/

and Package-  http://had.co.nz/ggplot2/

example-

http://had.co.nz/ggplot2/geom_density.html

Using R from other Software

Bridge to R for WPS

http://www.minequest.com/Bridge2R.html

SAS/IML Interface to R

http://www.sas.com/technologies/analytics/statistics/iml/index.html

Official Screenshot-

RapidMiner Extension to R

https://rapid-i.com/content/view/202/206/lang,en/#r

(UN)Official Screenshot-

IBM SPSS plugin for R

https://www.spss.com/software/statistics/developer/

and

https://www.spss.com/devcentral/index.cfm?pg=rresources

Tutorial-

https://sites.google.com/site/r4statistics/running-r-from-spss

http://rwiki.sciviews.org/doku.php?id=tips:callingr:spss

(UN)official Screenshot

Knime

http://www.knime.org/downloads/extensions

Official Screenshot-

Oracle Data Miner

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/database/options/odm/odm-r-integration-089013.html

Official Screenshot-

JMP

http://jmp.com/software/jmp9/keyfeatures.shtml

and

http://www.jmp.com/applications/analytical_apps/

Tutorial

http://blogs.sas.com/jmp/index.php?/archives/298-JMP-Into-R!.html

Screenshot-

Interviews with R Community

This chart represents several constituent comp...
Image via Wikipedia

Authors

Interview Luis Torgo Author Data Mining with R

https://decisionstats.com/2011/01/12/interview-luis-torgo-author-data-mining-with-r/

John Fox, R Commander

https://decisionstats.com/2009/09/14/interview-professor-john-fox-creator-r-commander/

Interview Dr Graham Williams RATTLE GUI

https://decisionstats.com/2009/01/13/interview-dr-graham-williams/

Hadley Wickham

https://decisionstats.com/2010/01/12/interview-hadley-wickham-r-project-data-visualization-guru/

R for SAS and SPSS Users

https://decisionstats.com/2009/01/21/r-for-sas-and-spss-users-2/

R for Stata Users

https://decisionstats.com/2010/06/29/interview-r-for-stata-users/

R Consulting

Interview David Katz ,Dataspora /David Katz Consulting

https://decisionstats.com/2011/02/11/interview-david-katz-dataspora-david-katz-consulting/

Case Study

(http://www.predictiveanalyticsworld.com/sanfrancisco/2011/agenda.php#day2-16a)

Room: Salon 5 & 6
4:45pm – 5:05pm

Track 2: Social Data and Telecom 
Case Study: Major North American Telecom
Social Networking Data for Churn Analysis

A North American Telecom found that it had a window into social contacts – who has been calling whom on its network. This data proved to be predictive of churn. Using SQL, and GAM in R, we explored how to use this data to improve the identification of likely churners. We will present many dimensions of the lessons learned on this engagement.

Speaker: David Katz, Senior Analyst, Dataspora, and President, David Katz Consulting

Q&A with David Smith, Revolution Analytics

https://decisionstats.com/2010/08/03/q-a-with-david-smith-revolution-analytics/

Inference for R

https://decisionstats.com/2009/06/04/inference-for-r/

David Smith Revolution Computing

https://decisionstats.com/2009/05/29/interview-david-smith-revolution-computing/

Richard Schultz Revolution Computing

https://decisionstats.com/2009/01/31/interviewrichard-schultz-ceo-revolution-computing/

Karime Chine, Elastic R

https://decisionstats.com/2009/06/21/interview-karim-chine-biocep-cloud-computing-with-r/

Spam Analysis Akismet-WPStats-Blogging

Here is a brief dataset I out after one hour of cutting and pasting from WordPress.com’s creative data style formats. It shows spam,comments,traffic, and number of posts written monthly.

Clearly monthly traffic is directly related to number I write (suppose A + B* Posts)

But Spam is showing a discontinuous growth especially after a big month (in which Reddit helped)

Akismet had some missing historical values (which is curious)

So what can we do with this dataframe in R or any other statistical software.

Spam Analysis
Month Spam detected Traffic excluding spam Posts Written Traffic /Post Spam /Post Spam/Traffic Ham detected Missed spam False positives
Feb-11 1848 5079 18 282.17 102.6667 36.39% 4.00 6.00 0.0%
Jan-11 3724 10238 35 292.51 106.4 36.37% 0.00 3.00 0.0%
Dec-10 3676 10345 35 295.57 105.0286 35.53% 8.00 6.00 0.0%
Nov-10 3680 11723 71 165.11 51.83099 31.39% 24.00 3.00 0.0%
Oct-10 2292 16430 71 231.41 32.28169 13.95% 24.00 18.00 0.0%
Sep-10 0 17913 63 284.33 0 0.00% 0.00 0.00 0.0%
Aug-10 0 5403 17 317.82 0 0.00% 0.00 0.00 0.0%
Jul-10 2 5041 10 504.1 0.2 0.04% 0.00 0.00 0.0%
Jun-10 5 4271 11 388.27 0.454545 0.12% 10.00 1.00 0.0%

PSPP – SPSS 's Open Source Counterpart

A Bold GNU Head
Image via Wikipedia

New Website for Windows Installers for PSPP– try at your own time if you are dedicated to either SPSS or free statistical computing.

http://pspp.awardspace.com/

This page is intended to give a stable root for downloading the PSPP-for-Windows setup from free mirrors.

Highlights of the current PSPP-for-Windows setup
PSPP info:

Current version: Master version = 0.7.6
Release date: See filenames
Information about PSPP: http://www.gnu.org/software/pspp
PSPP Manual: PDF or HTML
(current version will be installed on your PC by the installer package)
Package info:

Windows version: Windows XP and newer
Package Size: 15 Mb
Size on disk: 34 Mb
Technical: MinGW based
Cross-compiled on openSUSE 11.3

Downloads:
There are issues with the latest build. Some users report crashes on their systems on other systems it works fine.

Version Installer for multi-user installation.
Administrator privileges required.
Recommended version.
Installer for single-user installation.
No administrator privileges required
0.7.6-g38ba1e-blp-build20101116
0.7.5-g805e7e-blp-build20100908
0.7.5-g7803d3-blp-build20100820
0.7.5-g333ac4-blp-build20100727
PSPP-Master-2010-11-16
PSPP-Master-2010-09-08
PSPP-Master-2010-08-20
PSPP-Master-2010-07-27
PSPP-Master-single-user-2010-11-16
PSPP-Master-single-user-2010-09-08
PSPP-Master-single-user-2010-08-20
PSPP-Master-single-user-2010-07-27

 

Sources can be found here.

Also see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PSPP

At the user’s choice, statistical output and graphics are done in ASCIIPDFPostScript or HTML formats. A limited range of statistical graphs can be produced, such as histogramspie-charts and np-charts.

PSPP can import GnumericOpenDocument and Excel spreadsheetsPostgres databasescomma-separated values– and ASCII-files. It can export files in the SPSS ‘portable’ and ‘system’ file formats and to ASCII files. Some of the libraries used by PSPP can be accessed programmatically; PSPP-Perl provides an interface to the libraries used by PSPP.

and

http://www.gnu.org/software/pspp/

A brief list of some of the features of PSPP follows:

  • Supports over 1 billion cases.
  • Supports over 1 billion variables.
  • Syntax and data files are compatible with SPSS.
  • Choice of terminal or graphical user interface.
  • Choice of text, postscript or html output formats.
  • Inter-operates with GnumericOpenOffice.Org and other free software.
  • Easy data import from spreadsheets, text files and database sources.
  • Fast statistical procedures, even on very large data sets.
  • No license fees.
  • No expiration period.
  • No unethical “end user license agreements”.
  • Fully indexed user manual.
  • Free Software; licensed under GPLv3 or later.
  • Cross platform; Runs on many different computers and many different operating systems.

 

PSPP – SPSS ‘s Open Source Counterpart

A Bold GNU Head
Image via Wikipedia

New Website for Windows Installers for PSPP– try at your own time if you are dedicated to either SPSS or free statistical computing.

http://pspp.awardspace.com/

This page is intended to give a stable root for downloading the PSPP-for-Windows setup from free mirrors.

Highlights of the current PSPP-for-Windows setup
PSPP info:

Current version: Master version = 0.7.6
Release date: See filenames
Information about PSPP: http://www.gnu.org/software/pspp
PSPP Manual: PDF or HTML
(current version will be installed on your PC by the installer package)
Package info:

Windows version: Windows XP and newer
Package Size: 15 Mb
Size on disk: 34 Mb
Technical: MinGW based
Cross-compiled on openSUSE 11.3

Downloads:
There are issues with the latest build. Some users report crashes on their systems on other systems it works fine.

Version Installer for multi-user installation.
Administrator privileges required.
Recommended version.
Installer for single-user installation.
No administrator privileges required
0.7.6-g38ba1e-blp-build20101116
0.7.5-g805e7e-blp-build20100908
0.7.5-g7803d3-blp-build20100820
0.7.5-g333ac4-blp-build20100727
PSPP-Master-2010-11-16
PSPP-Master-2010-09-08
PSPP-Master-2010-08-20
PSPP-Master-2010-07-27
PSPP-Master-single-user-2010-11-16
PSPP-Master-single-user-2010-09-08
PSPP-Master-single-user-2010-08-20
PSPP-Master-single-user-2010-07-27

 

Sources can be found here.

Also see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PSPP

At the user’s choice, statistical output and graphics are done in ASCIIPDFPostScript or HTML formats. A limited range of statistical graphs can be produced, such as histogramspie-charts and np-charts.

PSPP can import GnumericOpenDocument and Excel spreadsheetsPostgres databasescomma-separated values– and ASCII-files. It can export files in the SPSS ‘portable’ and ‘system’ file formats and to ASCII files. Some of the libraries used by PSPP can be accessed programmatically; PSPP-Perl provides an interface to the libraries used by PSPP.

and

http://www.gnu.org/software/pspp/

A brief list of some of the features of PSPP follows:

  • Supports over 1 billion cases.
  • Supports over 1 billion variables.
  • Syntax and data files are compatible with SPSS.
  • Choice of terminal or graphical user interface.
  • Choice of text, postscript or html output formats.
  • Inter-operates with GnumericOpenOffice.Org and other free software.
  • Easy data import from spreadsheets, text files and database sources.
  • Fast statistical procedures, even on very large data sets.
  • No license fees.
  • No expiration period.
  • No unethical “end user license agreements”.
  • Fully indexed user manual.
  • Free Software; licensed under GPLv3 or later.
  • Cross platform; Runs on many different computers and many different operating systems.