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Predict Lending Club's loan portfolio returns using HP Vertica, Looker and Distributed R

The latest offering from Vertica, Distributed R, is very exciting. Now Vertica users can execute and train R models directly from their cluster, across very large sets of data. With Looker's integration, now data scientists can operationalize their findings with the rest of the organization. While Looker isn't primarily a data scientist's tool, it's a very powerful way for a data scientist to bridge the gap between the advanced work they do and how it can be applied and used by the business population.

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Gartner Names Looker a 2015 Cool Vendor in Analytics

Looker, provider of the SaaS business intelligence platform creating data-driven companies, today announced its inclusion in the list of “Cool Vendors in Analytics, 2015” report by Gartner, Inc.

05/06 from Gartner
Look! The Mini Googles are Coming

Fresh off of its $30 million in Series B funding, Santa Cruz, Calif.-based Looker has launched a new business intelligence platform that it claims will lead to the launch — or at least transformation — of companies into data-driven entities. Call them mini Googles.

04/30 from CMS Wire
Data Is the New Middle Manager

Startups are keeping head counts low, and even eliminating management positions, by replacing them with a surprising substitute for leaders and decision-makers – data.

04/19 from Wall Street Journal