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Sydney .NET User Group: .NET to The Power of R1 - TJ Gokcen

Sydney .NET User Group: .NET to The Power of R1 - TJ Gokcen

R is a language for statistical programming that is widely used among data scientists. Last year Microsoft purchased Revolution Analytics, a leading R company. As a result, Microsoft recently released Visual Studio Tools for R and announced that R is going to be included in the upcoming SQL Server 2016.

In this session, we will take a look at R from an introductory point of view and see how the power of R can be used by .NET developers. Some of the highlights are:

• What is R and why does it matter?

• A brief look into statistics and visual data presentation

• R in a nutshell

• “There is no R in Develop, but there is one in DevelopeR”. R Basics.

• Power of R: some basic examples showcasing R

• A brief look at R in SQL Server 2016

Building a dashboard with asp.net MVC and R (getting data from SQL Server as well as the internet)

About the presenter:

TJ Gokcen is the CEO of Acquate, a company that helps organizations become Agile, Lean, Customer & Quality Centric through data analysis & software development..TJ’s work has included implementing software applications to automate systems and processes for numerous manufacturing companies in Europe as well as enterprises in the USA and Australia.

A regular speaker at national and international conferences and an avid systems thinker with a holistic approach to software development, statistical analysis and user and customer experience.

He presented his latest research paper, Aim as a System, at the 21st Annual Deming Research Seminar in March 2015, in Washington DC. The presentation was one of the most highly attended and rated sessions at the conference and was very well received by the Deming Community


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  • James L.

    Great introduction to R as part of Microsoft and Open Coders

    1 · November 17

  • Rob P.

    I have always had an interest in Physics and statistical mechanics

    1 · November 17

  • Penn D.

    Great Knowledge sharing

    1 · November 16

  • Ivan V.

    Excellent

    1 · November 16

  • TJ G.

    Hi Rob, the short answer is no. "S" is the father of "R" :-)

    The talk is not a data science talk, but rather an intro to R from a .net developer's point of view. Here is a related Stack Overflow link for inversing a matrix in R: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11995832/inverse-of-matrix-in-r

    Also, for those of you that are interested in an Inverse Matrix Calculator:

    http://m.matrix.reshish.com/inverse.php

    1 · November 13

  • Rob P.

    does 'R' stand for 'regression' (analysis).... would be good to have native matrix inversion... my nukes need more bang!

    November 12

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