Register for the October 26th Webinar: Scalable Data Analysis in R
For the past several decades the rising tide of technology -- especially the increasing speed of single processors -- has allowed the same data analysis code to run faster and on bigger data sets. That happy era is ending. The size of data sets is increasing much more rapidly than the speed of single cores, of I/O, and of RAM. To deal with this, we need software that can use multiple cores, multiple hard drives, and multiple computers. That is, we need scalable data analysis software.
R is the ideal platform for scalable data analysis software. It is easy to add new functionality in the R environment, and easy to integrate it into existing functionality. R is also powerful, flexible and forgiving.
In this webinar, Dr. Edlefsen will discuss the approach to scalability Revolution Analytics has taken with its RevoScaleR package. He will discuss this approach from the point of view of:
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- Storing data on disk
- Importing data from other sources
- Reading and writing of chunks of data
- Handling data in memory
- Using multiple cores on single computers
- Using multiple computers
- Automatically parallelizing "external memory" algorithms