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Stanley Wasserman
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Yu-Ru Lin
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Ines Mergel
(Knowledge Sharing, Social Computing, Social Software, Government 20)

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(Qualitative Methodology, Knowledge Sharing, eGovernment)

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22 November 2009

SAS is dead? What/Who's the New King?

Good story in The New York Times today on how SAS no longer has the attention of every major firm in the world: At a Software Powerhouse, the Good Life Is Under Siege. I didn't know that IBM purchased SPSS this past summer, and that other major software players are now battling the big dog.

Competition like this is good .... but I'll remain a R man --- it's free and at a much higher level ..... Data Analysts Captivated by R's Power

Posted by Stan Wasserman at November 22, 2009 6:56 PM