“We use R” is a comment I used to only hear from recent graduates or some analysts working in the public sector. Both these sectors appeared to more readily accept open source software. But this does appear to be changing, over recent years I have heard a few commercial organisations share their interest in saving licence fees and moving to R for their analysts. Are you one of them? Do you have a favourite analysis software package, without which your team would not be as productive? If so, please share below.
Given the traffic this site now appears to get from customer insight leaders across the world, I thought I’d test the waters with you. Below is a quick one question survey to help us find out and share the analytics software used in your organisation today. It will be interesting to see how much has changed from the days when large company = SAS usage (if that has changed).
I have sought below to list all the “predictive analytics” software that I know is in use today, but do feel free to add others if you use them. I have chosen this category to distinguish from the mass of business intelligence or web analytics tools without equivalent statistical capabilities.
Do let me know if this topic is of interest and I can research more fully or share my own experience.