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Presentations of the third Milano R net meeting

April 19, 2013
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Welcome presentation Nicola Sturaro, Consultant at Quantide (download PDF, 0.5 MB) Machine learning A case of digit recognition based on a shallow neural network implemented in R. Michele Vitali, Statistical consultant (download PDF, 0.2 MB) Chess betting odds How to develop … Continue reading →

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Milano (Italy). April 18, 2013. Third Milano R net meeting: agenda

April 10, 2013
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Milano (Italy). April 18, 2013. Third Milano R net meeting: agenda

April 18, 2013 - 18:00 - 21:00 Fiori Oscuri Bistrot & Bar (www.fiorioscuri.it) Via Fiori Oscuri, 3 - Milano (Zona Brera) 18.00 - 18.15 Registration 18.15 - 18.30 Welcome presentation Andrea Spanò, Partner at Quantide 18.30 - 19.00 Digit recognition Machine … Continue reading →

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April 18, 2013Third Milano R net meeting: agenda

March 25, 2013
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April 18, 2013Third Milano R net meeting: agenda

April 18, 2013 - 18:00 - 21:00 Fiori Oscuri Bistrot & Bar (www.fiorioscuri.it) Via Fiori Oscuri, 3 - Milano (Zona Brera) 18.00 - 18.15 Registration 18.15 - 18.30 Welcome presentation Andrea Spanò, Partner at Quantide 18.30 - 19.00 Digit recognition Machine … Continue reading →

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Generating Labels for Supervised Text Classification using CAT and R

February 4, 2013
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Generating Labels for Supervised Text Classification using CAT and R

The explosion in the availability of text has opened new opportunities to exploit text as data for research. As Justin Grimmer and Brandon Stewart discuss in the above paper, there are a number of approaches to reducing human text to … Continue reading →

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Hilary: the most poisoned baby name in US history

January 29, 2013
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Hilary: the most poisoned baby name in US history

I’ve always had a special fondness for my name, which — according to Ryan Gosling in “Lars and the Real Girl” — is a scientific fact for most people (Ryan Gosling constitutes scientific proof in my book). Plus, the root … Continue reading →

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R and foreign characters

January 25, 2013
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R and foreign characters

Working with Russian characters can be mind-numbingly frustrating. This is true for R, as for other applications, so below I've written out the my top five tricks for making Russian inputs work in R; i believe they should be transferable to most other languages....

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SPARQL with R in less than 5 minutes

January 23, 2013
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SPARQL with R in less than 5 minutes

In this article we’ll get up and running on the Semantic Web in less than 5 minutes using SPARQL with R. We’ll begin with a brief introduction to the Semantic Web then cover some simple steps for downloading and analyzing government data via a SPARQL query with the SPARQL R package. What is the Semantic The post SPARQL...

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Multiple Classification and Authorship of the Hebrew Bible

January 1, 2013
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Multiple Classification and Authorship of the Hebrew Bible

Sitting in my synagogue this past Saturday, I started thinking about the authorship analysis that I did using function word counts from texts authored by Shakespeare, Austen, etc.  I started to wonder if I could do something similar with the … Continue reading →

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Chocolate and nobel prize – a true story?

December 22, 2012
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Chocolate and nobel prize – a true story?

Few of us can resist chocolate, but the real question is: should we even try to resist it? The image is CC by Tasumi1968. As a dark chocolate addict I was relieved to see Messerli's ecological study on chocolate consumption and the...

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Animated map of 2012 US election campaigning, with R and ffmpeg

October 28, 2012
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(Video link here, in case the embedded player doesn’t work for you.) Idea: see if I can mimic the idea behind Ben Schmidt’s lovely video of ocean shipping routes, and apply it to another dataset. But which? “Hmm… what’s another … Continue reading →

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