Introduction to R Services in SQL Server

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Introduction to R Services in SQL Server

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R is a statistical programming language, mainly used for statistical computing and analysis, data mining and machine learning, and it is a very strong tool for graphics and data visualizations. With R Services, available in SQL Server 2016, Microsoft is making the R language available for more flexible data analysis, making sharing data insights much easier, and overcoming memory (RAM) limitations. In this lab, we will see how to set up SQL Server R Services, Using R Code in Transact-SQL and How to analyze SQL Server table using R. In the first exercise, we will learn to set up SQL Server R Services. In the second exercise, we will learn to R code in T-SQL. In the third exercise, we will learn to analyze SQL Server table using R.

Exercise 1: Set up SQL Server R Services
Exercise 2: Using R Code in Transact-SQL
Exercise 3: How to analyze SQL Server table using R

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R is a statistical programming language, mainly used for statistical computing and analysis, data mining and machine learning, and it is a very strong tool for graphics and data visualizations. With R Services, available in SQL Server 2016, Microsoft is making the R language available for more flexible data analysis, making sharing data insights much easier, and overcoming memory (RAM) limitations. In this lab, we will see how to set up SQL Server R Services, Using R Code in Transact-SQL and How to analyze SQL Server table using R. In the first exercise, we will learn to set up SQL Server R Services. In the second exercise, we will learn to R code in T-SQL. In the third exercise, we will learn to analyze SQL Server table using R.

Exercise 1: Set up SQL Server R Services
Exercise 2: Using R Code in Transact-SQL
Exercise 3: How to analyze SQL Server table using R

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