Trawling Through iOS Backups For Treasure (a.k.a. How to fish for target files in iOS backups) with R
In a recent previous post I brazenly talked over the “hard parts” of how I got to the target SQLite file that houses “mowing history” for what has become my...continue reading.
For the first time ever we got a new riding mower this weekend. We’ve always haggled to keep the one sellers were using with any given house we’ve purchased over...continue reading.
The Feedly category I have setup for git-stalking has indicated a fairly massive interest in Joshua Levy’s The Art of the Command Line. What is “The Art of the Command...continue reading.
In my ongoing quest to track The Popularity of Data Science Software, I’ve just updated my analysis of the job market. To save you from reading the entire tome, I’m...continue reading.
Structure() function is a simple, yet powerful function that describes a given object with given attributes. It is part of base R language library, so there is no need to...continue reading.
There are probably thousands of things to do in the middle of May at the Baltic seaside, but in 2019 the place to be was Gdansk. Despite the dreadful weather,...continue reading.
In the intro section of my MOB package (https://github.com/statcompute/MonotonicBinning#introduction), reasons and benefits of using WoE transformations in the context of logistic regressions with binary outcomes had been discussed. What’s more,...continue reading.