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Short Bio:
I work at a small software startup in Bend, OR. We build a software solution that provides the most complete IDE for the R programming language. Inference also has the capability to combine dynamic scripting languages (R, MATLAB, IronPython & IronRuby so far) with Microsoft Excel & Word (PowerPoint integration coming soon). We're really excited about the analytical uses of the software, since it encapsulates data and code in single results document for fully reproducible research.
My Website or LinkedIn Profile (URL):
http://www.inferenceforr.com
Field of Expertise:
Computer Science, Other
Years of Experience in Analytical Role:
5
Professional Status:
Manager
Interests:
Networking, New Venture, Recruiting
Your Company:
Blue Reference, Inc.
Industry:
Analytical Software

Ben Hinchliffe's Blog

Inference for R version 3.5: Inference in PowerPoint Makes its Debut

Posted on June 18, 2009 at 2:55pm 0 Comments

I am happy to announce the release of Inference for R version 3.5. This is a significant release for Inference that includes several major features requested by users:



• Inference in PowerPoint: Embed and run R code in PowerPoint presentations just as you can in Word and Excel.



• Run-in-Place: Execute R code inside of an Excel, Word, or PowerPoint document and see the code results immediately in the same document – “preview” how your document will execute without having to… Continue

Sophisticated time series analysis in Excel with Inference for R

Posted on May 26, 2009 at 7:30am 0 Comments

Inference for R places the power of R statistical analysis software inside the productivity rich environment of MS Office. With Inference for R you can combine R code, data, and text in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint documents to create reports and deploy analysis solutions.





While Excel spreadsheets are an excellent tool for simple analysis, they are ill suited for performing complex analysis… Continue

New Inference for R update

Posted on May 22, 2009 at 11:37am 0 Comments

We’re pleased to announce a new update (Version 3.0.2) to Inference for R. This update includes the following:



• Support for R 2.9

• Support for running Inference for R on 64-bit (x64) versions of Windows XP and Windows Vista



If you're a user of R 2.9 or 64-bit Windows, you should download a new version today. We’re offering extended trial license keys to anyone who would like to try this updated version. You may request an… Continue

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