https://bnosac.be/index.php/blog/32-rmoa-massive-online-data-stream-classifications-with-r-a-moa

For R users who work with a lot of data or encounter RAM issues when building models on large datasets, MOA and in general data streams have some nice features. Namely:
  1. It uses a limited amount of memory. So this means no RAM issues when building models.
  2. Processes one example at a time, and will run over it only once
  3. Works incrementally – so that a model is directly ready to be used for prediction purposes

Unfortunately it is written in Java and not easily accessible for R users to use. For users mostly interested in clustering, the stream package already facilites this (this blog item gave an example when using ff alongside the stream package). In our day-to-day use cases, classification is a more common request. The stream package only allows to do clustering. So hence the decision to make the classification algorithms of MOA easily available to R users as well. For this the RMOA package was created and is available on github (https://github.com/jwijffels/RMOA).