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Oracle® R Enterprise User's Guide
Release 1.3 for Windows, Linux, Solaris, and AIX

E36761-08
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Index

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  J  L  M  O  P  R  S  T  V 

A

aggregation, 3.4
architecture, 1.1

B

blog, 1.4

C

client R engine, 1.1
column and row selection, 3.4

D

data, 3.3
data formatting, 3.4
database tables, 3.1
demos, 3.8.3
derived columns, 3.4, 3.5
drop table, 3.3.5

E

embedded R engine, 3.7
embedded R execution, 1
example
build regression model, 3.6.1
load R frame to table, 3.8.1
NULL values, 3.8.2
off loading computation, 3.7.1
examples, 3.8

F

forum, 1.4

G

GLM models
example, 7.3.5.1

J

JOIN, 3.4

L

Learning R Series presentations, 1.3
load data, 3.3.2

M

materialize data, 3.3.3
models
attribute importance, 7.3.3
decision tree, 7.3.4
generalized linear models, 7.3.5
k-means, 7.3.6
naive bayes, 7.3.7
support vector machine, 7.3.8

O

Oracle Data Mining
models, 7
Oracle R Enterprise, 3.2
Oracle R Enterprise data types, 3.4
Oracle Technology Network webpage, 1
ore.corr, 4.2
ore.create, 3.3.2
ore.crosstab, 4.3
ore.drop, 3.3.5
ore.extend, 4.3.2.10
ore.frame, 3.1
ore.freq, 4.4
ore.lm, 6
ore.pull, 3.3.6
ore.push, 3.3.3
ore.rank, 4.5
OREShowDoc command, 3.2
ore.sort, 4.6
ore.stepwise, 6
ore.summary, 4.7
ore.univariate, 4.8
overview, 1

P

pull table to R, 3.3.6

R

R scripts, 8.4.1
regression model
build, 3.6.1
build a series, 3.7.2
score, 3.6.1
RQADMIN role, 8.1.1
rqgroupeval, 8.4.2.1

S

sample programs, 3.8.3
script example
blog, 8.3.11
tutorial, 8.3.11
security, 8.4.1
server, 1.1
spawned R engines, 1.1
SQL functions, 8.4.2
statistics engine, 1
supported configurations, 1.1.1, 1.1.1
supported operators and functions, 2.2
supported packages, A
Oracle R Distribution, A.1
Oracle R Enterprise, A.2

T

tables, 3.1
transparency layer, 1

V

view documentation, 3.2