[R] R Studio v3.0.3 for Windows 32bits is too slow

Bert Gunter gunter.berton at gene.com
Wed Jul 9 16:10:00 CEST 2014

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Bert Gunter
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On Tue, Jul 8, 2014 at 7:34 PM, Phan, Truong Q
<Troung.Phan at team.telstra.com> wrote:
> Hi R'er,
> I have a dataset which has a matrix of 7502 x 1426 (rows x columns).
> The data is in a CSV format which has a size around 68Mb. This dataset is less than 10% of our dataset.
> I have been adopting the Anomaly detection method as described by http://www.mattpeeples.net/kmeans.html .
> It has been running more than 24hrs and still haven't completed the calculation.
> I did manage to run it with a smaller dataset (ie, 2100 rows x 1426 columns). It took around 12hrs to run.
> I have a few questions and need your expertise guidance.
> 1)      Is there any better Open source tools to use to do in one tool (eg, R Studio): prepare data, build models, validate models, test models and present data. I am looking a tool which will allow me to do the same as per the above link (Matt Peeples' blog).
> 2)      Is there an Open source tools to perform the above which will allow me to run on top of Hadoop eco-system?
> 3)      Can we use R Studio for windows as a client to run on top of Hadoop eco-system? If yes, please point me to the site where they have a use cases or samples.
> Thanks and Regards,
> Truong Phan
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