Microsoft tunes R Server 9.0 for machine learning

Ever since Microsoft announced it was acquiring Revolution Analytics, which created the flagship distribution of the R language for math and statistical analysis, speculation circulated as to what Microsoft might do with such a prize. Maybe it would rewrite R from the ground up or shut off R behind closed-source doors. Instead, Microsoft elected to keep the core R product free and open and has built Microsoft R Server atop that foundation. Today, Microsoft rolled out R Server 9.0, outfitted with features that reflect R’s usefulness in machine learning and as a server. Even more important, it also hints at how Microsoft wants to make R into a resource that can work with data where it lives. Smarter than your average bear Machine learning has long been one of R’s staple…


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