Category: R Books
It’s Valentine’s day, making this the most romantic time of the year. But actually, already 2018 was a year full of love here at STATWORX: many of my STATWORX colleagues...continue reading.
“El Niño is likely this winter,” the forecaster said. “El Niño typically brings above normal winter cloudiness and rainfall across the southern U.S. and milder conditions to Canada…” You may...continue reading.
Introduction Months ago, I asked a question to the community: how should I organize my R research projects? After writing that post, doing some reading, then putting a plan in...continue reading.
Introduction Now here is a blog post that has been sitting on the shelf far longer than it should have. Over a year ago I wrote an article about problems...continue reading.
In this blog we will explore the Bagging algorithm and a computational more efficient variant thereof, Subagging. With minor modifications these algorithms are also known as Random Forest and are...continue reading.
Digital transformation is, almost to the exclusion of all others, the buzzword of the last few years in technology. To become “digitally transformed”, almost all companies are investing in some...continue reading.
Please help share our news and this discount. The second edition of our best-selling book Practical Data Science with R2, Zumel, Mount is featured as deal of the day at...continue reading.