Author: David Smith
I had a great time at the EARL Conference in London last week, and as always came away invigorated by all of the applications of R that were presented there....continue reading.
Author and research engineer Joel Grus kicked off an important conversation about Jupyter Notebooks in his recent presentation at JupyterCon: There’s no video yet available of Joel’s talk, but you...continue reading.
In US politics news, the New York Times took the unusual step this week of publishing an anonymous op-ed from a current member of the White House (assumed to be...continue reading.
If you want to do statistical analysis or machine learning with data in SQL Server, you can of course extract the data from SQL Server and then analyze it in...continue reading.
R is an amazing language with 25 years of development behind it, but you can make the most from R with additional components. An IDE makes developing in R more...continue reading.
Working with a new data visualization tool, and wondering how to create a specific type of chart? The Chartmaker Directory (designed by Andy Kirk) indexes more than 35 tools and...continue reading.
Many illusions are based on the fact that our perceptions of color or brightness of an object are highly dependent on the background surrounding the object. For example, in this...continue reading.
Did you know that you can run R and Python code within a SQL Server instance? Not only does this give you a powerful server to process your data science...continue reading.