In last part we mentioned that the Operation Department of the Web Company brought about a new demand: adding new conditions to the way the online time are computed. As IT department was using esProc as the tool for computation, it's easy to handle such changes in requirements.[read more]
The interrow computation is quite common, such as the aggregate, comparison with same period of any previous year, and link relative ratio in business statistics and analytics. Both R language and esProc provide a pretty good interrow computation ability with slight difference to each other.[read more]
Do you find Vector Computing tiresome while using statistical computing tools? Here we go for a Vector Computing Comparison: R Language vs. esProc. To me, one of the most attractive features of R language and esProc is that their codes are both agile, that is, only requiring a few lines of codes to implement plentiful functions.[read more]
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