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Names You Need to Know in 2011: R Data Analysis Software

Steve McNally (Forbes):

Simply put by one of its staunchest advocates, “R is the most powerful statistical computing language on the planet; there is no statistical equation that cannot be calculated in R.”

If you say data scientists or Big Data, then you are saying Hadoop and R.

Original title and link: Names You Need to Know in 2011: R Data Analysis Software (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://blogs.forbes.com/smcnally/2010/11/10/names-you-need-to-know-in-2011-r-data-analysis-software/