August 12th, 2013

Use R to run Better Algorithms on Big Data

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Our resident R users will demonstrate how to use the R package and invoke big data modeling entirely from R.

In this session our resident R & Math hacker, Anqi Fu will demonstrate the R API for H2O. Early users, community and customers of H2O have been invoking GLM, Random Forest and K-means from an RConsole or RStudio.
In this meetup we'll look at the API and take a small and big dataset in HDFS and clean it using R, build models, predict and plot entirely from R. Users will experience speed of algorithms in H2O, without having to learn a New API.

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