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StoryComments Print Create a hardcopy of this page Font Size: Default font size Larger font size Posted: Friday, April 11, 2014 8:38 am Rachel Brougham - If kids used social media Associated Press | We’ve all read about the dangers of letting our kids go online. How we need to establish rules if we allow them to use social media. How their time online should be limited.But what if we let our kids — specifically the little ones — use websites like Facebook and Twitter? Their status updates and tweets might look something like this:Subscription Required An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online service to view this article in its entirety. Have an online subscription?Login Now Need an online subscription?Subscribe Already a Print Subscriber? Login Screen Name or Email Password Forgot? Remember me on this computer Screen Name or Email Now I remember! Need an account? Create one now. 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BARUG talks highlight R's diverse applications

RelatedPrint Email FeedbackAdd ThisBlog This by Joseph Rickert The seven lightning talks presented to the Bay Area useR Group on Tuesday night were not only really interesting (in some cases downright entertaining) in their own right, but they also illustrated the diversity of R applications, and the extent to which R has become embedded in the corporate world. Two presentations with a whimsical touch were Gaston Sanchez’s talk on Arc Diagrams with R and Ram Narasimhan presentation on comparing the weather of various cities. Gaston showed a statistical text analysis of the movie scripts from three Star War episodes using arc-diagram representations. Gaston did some original work here in creating the arc-diagram plots and showed how to use R’s tm and igraph packages to extract text and compute adjacency matrices. The Star Wars analaysis code and the arc-diagram code are both available. Ram’s talk was based on his weather data package (V0.3 on CRAN and V0.4 at GitHub) which has become a very useful and popular tool for scraping weather data from airports and weather stations around the world. The following plot shows how various cities rank according to his wife’s personal comfort score. Also have a look at Ram’s Shiny app next time you are wondering whether you should visit San Francisco or Honolulu. Presentations from Sara Brumbaugh on Running R from Excel, Winston Chen on Data Analysis with RStudio and MongoDB, and Cliff Click and Nidhi Mehta on Using H20 with R all made cases for integrating R with other corporate tools. Sara showed how to combine R scripts and Excel VBA code to pass inputs and parameters from a worksheet to a batch process, and back again. She showed several practical examples as well as quite a few virtuoso Excel tricks like storing and R script in a hidden Excel worksheet. Winston’s talk emphasized how R’s visualization capabilities alone are enough to earn it a place in a big-league machine learning shop. The platform stack at Winston’s company, fliptop. is built around Java/Scala, MongoDB/MySql and Python. But with all of that power they still didn’t have a good way to do data visualization with exploratory data analysis. Winston showed some examples with code of how they use RStudio to pull data from MongoDB into an R data frame where they can plot it. Cliff, 0xdata’s CTO, gave a succinct overview of how the H20 JVM can free R from its memory and speed limitations and make it possible to run machine learning algorithms from the R environment on huge data sets. According to Cliff, if you built a 16 node cluster of machines each with 64GB of RAM and all running H20 you could have a terabyte cluster for H20’s in-memory analytics and run logistic regression, gbm, neural nets, random forests and other machine learning algorithms through the R to H20 Interface. Cliff emphasized that H20 implements a "group-by" feature that is very similar to the way plyr’s ddply function making it possible to do R style analyses on big data. Nidhi followed up by running several of the examples that can be found on the 0xdata website. Nidhi showed real grace under pressure, and made the speed of the H20 algorithms seem all the more impressive by running live demos one after the other while the clock on the 12 minute presentation time limit was running out. Finally the two presentations, the first by, Raman Kapur on Managing Enterprise Cyber Risk through Big Data & Analytics, and the second by Giovanni Seni on Intuit’s new Rego package show how R applications can form the foundation of a production system. After providing some background information on the prevalence of information security breaches, Raman talked about how Foundation’s Edge has built Avana, an R based system to model the risk profile of a corporation’s business units. Giovanni gave a brief introduction to the rule based ensemble methods developed by Friedman and Popescu and worked through an example using the Rego package, which is newly available on Github. Giovanni, who has considerable experience with ensemble methods (have a look at the book he wrote with John Elder), said that he favors rule based methods because of their interpretability. He stressed that in addition to building predictive models, data scientists are often seeking insight into how complex systems work. Rule based ensemble models are useful for both purposes, often outperforming tree based classifiers for prediction. A notable feature of the Rego package is that it has a command-line, batch interface. Here we have an R package that is meant to do the heavy lifting in a production system.
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David Smith is Vice President of Marketing and Community at Revolution Analytics. He has a long history with the R and statistics communities. After graduating with a degree in Statistics from the University of Adelaide, South Australia, he spent four years researching statistical methodology at Lancaster University in the United Kingdom, where he also developed a number of packages for the S-PLUS statistical modeling environment. He continued his association with S-PLUS at Insightful (now TIBCO Spotfire) overseeing the product management of S-PLUS and other statistical and data mining products.
David smith is the co-author (with Bill Venables) of the popular tutorial manual, An Introduction to R, and one of the originating developers of the ESS: Emacs Speaks Statistics project. Today, he leads marketing for REvolution R, supports R communities worldwide, and is responsible for the Revolutions blog. Prior to joining Revolution Analytics, he served as vice president of product management at Zynchros, Inc.
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Nick Lippis, who writes the eponymously named Lippis Report, had a fascinating report on the differences between enterprise and service provider environments with respect to network virtualization. He observes, through a survey of the ONUG (Open Networking User Group) membership, that what the enterprise needs is Network Service Virtualization (NSV), which he and ONUG define as the virtualization of "enterprise appliances, such as firewalls, load balancers, application accelerators, application delivery controllers, Intrusion Protection Systems, WAN optimizers, call managers, etc., instantiated for each application.
Timing Technological Change: Creation vs.
In any space, there is a very small vocal minority. Most people lack the time, interest, or even confidence to say what they think in public. So we are left with a vocal few who drive the conversation. In networking, the vocal minority consists mainly of the vanguards for change. For these people, the network is more than just some connective tissue inside a nebulous infrastructure. It is their life. They live and breathe it. Accordingly, they have strong opinions about how things work and, more importantly, how they ought to work. But what is happening now is that we are at some risk of the luminaries creating an impassable distance between their vision and the on-the-ground reality in many IT shops today.
The combination of cloud computing and big data is a match made in heaven. Big data requires a flexible compute environment, which can scale quickly and automatically to support massive amounts of data. Infrastructure clouds provide exactly that. But whenever cloud computing is discussed, the question comes up: When it comes to cloud security in a big data use case, the expectation is that any security solution will provide the same flexibility as the cloud without compromising the overall security of the implementation. When taking your big data to the cloud, the following four tips will enable you to achieve cloud flexibility paired with strict cloud security.
The CEOs of leading companies are already striving to create an agile business model -- one that responds quickly to competitive pressures and shifting market demands. Commercial agility often requires a corresponding accelerated business technology deployment. Meaning, the IT requirement is for applications to be provisioned in hours -- not weeks or months. That's a tall order for many corporate IT departments. Regardless, it must be done. More often than not, it's accomplished via a cloud services-based methodology. Savvy executives that proactively migrate their IT infrastructure to a cloud-centric architecture will generate new revenue that could surge by a factor of three from 2011 to 2017, according to the latest market study by IHS.
MBO Partners Spotlights GovCloud Founder Kevin L.
I am the CEO and founder of GovCloud Network, LLC. In a consultative role, I help companies develop and execute targeted media strategies via social media channels to over 1.5 million professionals across 20 industry verticals. With a specialty in cloud computing, we and our partners also provide the critical technical training and business education needed to thrive.
In the cloud lock-in is often a greater concern than lock-out*, but both should be top of mind for organizations looking to deploy cloud seriously, or better said, for organizations that want to deploy cloud for serious business. Lock-in is the phenomenon that it is often difficult (lengthy and expensive) for user organizations to switch suppliers, often because after some time the software becomes so closely linked with the way the organization works that saying goodbye to the vendor becomes virtualy impossible. It is no coincidence that there are only two industries (IT vendors and drug dealers) that routinely refer to their customers as "users".
IBM has identified mobile devices, cloud computing and four other trends that are looking to shape the federal information technology of the future, according to Jane Snowdon, director and chief innovation officer at IBM Federal. In an op-ed for Federal Times, Snowdon writes that mbility will continue to forge ahead to help enterprises and industries get closer to their customers, improve communication and elevate productivity. Cloud computing seems “inevitable” as well, Snowdon says, as companies migrate from traditional, legacy systems to cope with big data. Snowdon also pointed to multimedia such as a standard data format, big data, analytics and cognitive systems to get insights out of burgeoning information.
When large enterprises move to a public infrastructure cloud (such as Amazon Web Services or others), it is a gradual, and often times, carefully measured process. Large enterprises strive for 100 percent certainty that the migration process will not impact the business; therefore, they’ll usually start slowly, by migrating one application or process to the cloud. This is where hybrid clouds kick in. Hybrid clouds offer (just as their name insinuates) a hybrid between on-premise and cloud infrastructure. But once even part of the business is in the cloud, the need arises for cloud security. As data is migrated away from the local “safe” data center, access to the information is no longer controlled by the enterprise, and different, cloud-oriented, security measures must be considered.
The Information Technology Acquisition Advisory Council (ITAAC) and Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) are honored to team with NGA in hosting the first "Agile Sourcing Environment for Commercial Cloud" brainstorming session, April 23, 2014 at TIA headquarters. This not for profit and free industry event is designed to improve cloud computing standardization and interoperability.
Data is dumb but we can't seem to get enough of it these days. An entire industry has evolved to make sense of the massive amounts of data being generated every day. Massive data collection by itself does not guarantee the context required to solve business and IT problems... If we are smart about data, however, it will lead us in the right direction. Today's businesses are defined by the software they run on, enabling them to innovate and create new services faster. Apple re-invented the music industry through software; Netflix changed the way we consume movies through software; grocery shopping, taxi-hire, parcel-logistics, car rental, travel booking... these are all industries that have been completely disrupted by software.
Assuming that your organization is well down the road when it comes to adopting the Cloud and in fact, has been utilizing the Cloud for a while, then you are likely a true believer that ultimately all of your applications will be migrated to the Cloud. It is no longer a question of "if" but more a question of "when" and "how." These days, the majority of test, dev, external websites and mobile apps are already born in the cloud. Applications make businesses run. Businesses have tons of applications ranging from purchased (commercial off the shelf) to homegrown (bespoke) and likely some customized, purchased apps that now look a lot like the homegrown ones. One of the big problems with apps is that once they are built and deployed they rarely get replaced or decommissioned. Application sprawl and aging application portfolios are among the root causes for much of the fixed cost in an IT budget and can consume close to 80% of the dollars.
Big Data focuses on how to use your own enterprise data – processed in the Cloud – most effectively to drive value for your business.
Web 2.
HTH Worldwide Selects Cognizant to Help Build Mobile Healthcare Solutions and Improve Member Satisfaction .
Google Will Let Anyone in the U.S.
Quarterly Conference Call Schedule, New Mobile App Enhancements, Educational Initiatives, Pricing of Offering, and Leadership Appointments - Analyst Notes on Google, Twitter, Yandex, 58.
TIBCO Announces TIBCO ActiveMatrix BusinessWorks 6.
Hitcase Appoints MMD as Exclusive U.K.
MBO Partners Spotlights GovCloud Founder Kevin L.
Security Solutions Discussed by Industry Leaders in SecuritySolutionsWatch.
Global RDBMS Market Report SYS-CON.
SiSense Announces Native Connectivity to Salesforce.
Activedit 2.5 by CfDev.
Leveraging WebDAV-Accessible Directories with Mac OS X Server & ColdFusion MX 7.0.
Come to New York and get yourself up to date with the Big Data revolution! As advanced data storage, access and analytics technologies aimed at handling high-volume and/or fast moving data all move center stage, aided by the Cloud Computing boom, Cloud Expo is the single most effective event for you to learn how to use you own enterprise data – processed in the Cloud – most effectively to drive value for your business.
There is little doubt that Big Data solutions will have an increasing role in the Enterprise IT mainstream over time. Get a jump on that rapidly evolving trend at Big Data Expo, which we are introducing in November at Cloud Expo New York.
"Cloud" has become synonymous with "computing" and "software" in two short years. Cloud Expo is the new PC Expo, Comdex, and InternetWorld of our decade. By 2012, more than 50,000 delegates per year will participate in Cloud Expo worldwide.
The cloud is certainly a compelling alternative to running all applications within a traditional corporate data center. But moving from theory into practice is where things get complicated, and this is where attending a top industry event like Cloud Expo comes in.
No one can take full advantage of cloud computing without first becoming familiar with the latest issues and trends, which is why the organizing principle of the 10th International Cloud Expo on June 10-12, 2014 - is to ensure - through an intensive three-day schedule of keynotes, general and breakout sessions, and our bustling Expo Floor - that attending delegates leave the Javits Center with abundant resources, ideas and examples they can apply immediately to leveraging the Cloud, helping them to maximize performance, minimize cost and improve the scalability of their Enterprise IT endeavors.
Delegates will leave Cloud Expo with dramatically increased understanding the entire scope of the entire cloud computing spectrum from storage to security.
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