Syntax Agility Comparison: R Language vs. esProc

By definition the true agile syntax only requires users to memorize a small number of basic functions to implement a great many of advanced functions through simple processing on the basic functions. The said simple processing is a programming style of lightweight effort that is far easier and simpler to grasp than the common programming. [...]

Grouping Function Comparison: R Language vs. esProc

Recently, I participated in the analysis for several marketing questionnaires in a row. Various typical grouping issues are encountered during the process. To share with the interested fellow in the same business, I classified and summarized these issues. Grouping is to allocate the samples into several groups according to a specific flag. There is a [...]

Implement Basic Functions of SQL: R Language vs. esProc

As we know, SQL users have to finish composing all codes and then run them all at one time, resulting in a poor ability to interact. However, the simple and easy-to-understand query syntax of SQL is always welcomed by programmers. R and esProc as the computation and analysis tool are surely required to offer the [...]

Top 3 Salespersons by Monthly Sales: R Language vs. esProc

Both R language and esProc have the outstanding ability to perform the stepwise computations. However, in the particulars they differ from each other. To demonstrate the difference, a case is designed as follows: A company’s Sales department wants to select out the outstanding salespersons through statistics, that is, the salespersons whose sales amounts are always [...]