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Our Mission and
Commitment to Data
Science Community

BlueSky Statistics’ mission is to create feature-rich statistical and machine learning software with an easy-to-use graphical user interface that unleashes the power of R to the masses and levels the economic playing field for all users.

BlueSky Statistics is committed to developing, maintaining, and offering free and open-source versions along with the commercial versions to help academics, data scientists, and researchers around the globe solve critical issues that will have a lasting impact. The BlueSky Statistics version 7.x (i.e., the BlueSky .NET version for Windows) is fully open-sourced and licensed under AGPL 3.0. BlueSky Statistics .NET version was developed over ten years with countless hours and hundreds of thousands of dollars of R&D investment. Thousands of users worldwide use the BlueSky Statistics 7.x version for free. To continue catering to our user community's expanding needs, BlueSky Statistics has recently launched version 10 as our next-generation Statistics and Data Science application. It’s based on a completely new technology platform and a revamped user interface. Version 10.x is free for everyone today (no trial period, no term license). Additionally, we commit to always having a free version alongside our commercial (paid) versions to ensure everyone has access to statistics and data science regardless of their economic affordability.

As the BlueSky Statistics version 10 product evolves, we will continue to work on orchestrating the necessary logistics to make the BlueSky Statistics version 10.x application available as an open-source project. This will be done in phases, as we did for the BlueSky Statistics 7.x version. We are currently rearchitecting its key components to allow the broader community to make effective contributions. When this work is complete, we will open-source the components for broader community participation.

The commercial version of BlueSky Statistics offers technical support with additional enterprise-specific features and modules. The revenue from the commercial version plays a vital role in funding the R&D needed to continue to develop and support the open-source and free versions.


Who we are

BlueSky Statistics LLC consists of a global team with headquarters in Chicago, IL, USA. Our team is passionate about working with customers/users to create compelling, intuitive, and feature-rich software. Both commercial and open-source editions of BlueSky Statistics are currently used by organizations across 130+ countries. The team has extensive experience working for startups and large multi-national organizations to build innovative enterprise software products. In addition, many team members have deep experience with commercial statistical software packages, including SPSS©, SAS©, JMP©, Minitab©, and others, and experience teaching statistical courses at prestigious universities worldwide. Check our BlueSky Statistics leadership team.

Your Help

We would greatly appreciate your help spreading the awareness of BlueSky Statistics by blogging, tweeting, posting on social media, mentioning the product to your colleagues, and reporting your BlueSky experience on our review page (click here).

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Leadership Team


Sanjay Kumar is the Chief Executive Officer and the visionary behind the BlueSky Statistics product and platform strategy. Sanjay’s mission is to reinvigorate and imagine how statistics and machine learning is taught and practiced by delivering the most comprehensive analytics workbench built on the open source R and Python. Sanjay leads the company in its mission to transform the way analysts work so they can achieve their greatest ambition. Sanjay brings 25+ years of practical experience in leading companies in different business phases including startups, mid-size growth, and mature businesses.


As the CTO, Artem Rozumenko’s mission is to develop and evolve the strategic technical direction and architecture of the BlueSky Statistics application. Artem has played a wide range of leadership roles at mid to large size public and private companies. With ~20 years of experience, Artem has built and developed a technology ecosystem centered around the modern data cloud for several Fortune 500 companies. Artem brings both a passion and deep experience in building successful data and analytics applications.


Bob Muenchen is an ASA® Accredited Professional Statistician™ who focuses on helping organizations migrate from SAS, SPSS, and Stata to the R Language. He has taught workshops on data science topics for more than 500 organizations and has presented workshops in partnership with the ASA®, RStudio,, and Revolution Analytics. Bob has written or co-authored over 70 articles published in scientific journals and conference proceedings and has provided guidance on more than 1,000 graduate theses and dissertations at the University of Tennessee. Bob has served on the advisory boards of SAS Institute, SPSS Inc., and the Statistical Graphics Corporation.


Steven A. Miller, Ph.D., PStat®, CStat is an associate professor of psychology at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Chicago. In addition to his doctorate in psychology, he also holds an advanced degree in statistics. Steve has consulted with individuals at numerous universities, including Harvard, Stanford, Oxford, and the University of Chicago.

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