Deep (learning) like Jacques Cousteau – Part 5 – Vector addition

Deep (learning) like Jacques Cousteau – Part 5 – Vector addition

(TL;DR: You can add vectors that have the same number of elements.)

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Bug when Creating Reference Maps with Choroplethr

May 21, 2019
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Bug when Creating Reference Maps with Choroplethr

Last week the Census Bureau published a free course I created on using Choroplethr to map US Census Data. Unfortunately, a few people have reported problems when following one...

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Timing hash functions with the bench package

May 21, 2019
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Timing hash functions with the bench package

This blog post has two goals Investigate the bench package for timing R functions Consequently explore the different algorithms in the digest package using bench What is digest? The...

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Introductory course on Bayesian data analysis for beginners with Rasmus Bååth

May 21, 2019
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On 25 November 2019, BayesCamp will be hosting a one-day course called Get up and running with Bayesian data analysis, … More

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Add Dressbarn to the Continued Retailpocalypse

May 21, 2019
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Add Dressbarn to the Continued Retailpocalypse

I’ve talked about the retailpocalypse before and this morning I was greeted with the news about Dressbarn closing all 650 stores as I fired up a browser. I tweeted...

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rsync as R package

May 21, 2019
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rsync as R package

In this article we present our R package rsync, which serves as an interface between R...

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Learning R: The Ultimate Introduction (incl. Machine Learning!)

May 21, 2019
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Learning R: The Ultimate Introduction (incl. Machine Learning!)

There are a million reasons to learn R (see e.g. Why R for data science – and not Python?), but where to start? I present to you the ultimate...

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Modern Data Science with R: A review

May 20, 2019
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Modern Data Science with R: A review

Some say data is the new oil. Others equate its worth to water. And then there are those who believe that data scientists will be (in fact, they already...

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Free Video Lecture: Vectors for Programmers and Data Scientists

May 20, 2019
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Free Video Lecture: Vectors for Programmers and Data Scientists

We have just released two new free video lectures on vectors from a programmer’s point of view. I am experimenting with what ideas do programmers find interesting about vectors,...

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Automated data report storytelling in R

May 20, 2019
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Automated data report storytelling in R

Are you interested in guest posting? Publish at DataScience+ via your editor (i.e., RStudio). Category Programming Tags Flexdashboard R Programming RMarkdown In this article, you learn how to make Automated data report storytelling in R...

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Comparing `panelr` and `plm`

May 20, 2019
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Comparing `panelr` and `plm`

It has been just a little more than a day since I announced my new R package, panelr, to the wider world. My new #rstats package, panelr, is now on CRAN....

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RStudio Instructor Training Updates

May 20, 2019
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There has been a lot of interest in RStudio’s instructor training and certification program since it was announced in February. People are now going through the training course and...

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recorder: Validate Predictors in New Data

recorder: Validate Predictors in New Data

recorder 0.8.1 is now available on CRAN. recorder is a lightweight toolkit to validate new observations before computing their corresponding predictions with a predictive model. With recorder the validation process consists of...

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rodev: helpers for rOpenSci package authors

We strive for high quality in our suite of packages, in practice via a system of software peer review, and via packaging guidelines that keep growing. There is therefore...

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Exploring Nginx workers load arbitration

May 20, 2019
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Exploring Nginx workers load arbitration

In the documentation of Haskell module NgxExport.Tool.Aggregate there is a small example of how to establish monitoring of Nginx worker’s load. In a few words, it is possible to...

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What is the probability that in a box of a dozen donuts picked from 14 flavors there’s no more than 3 flavors in the box?

May 20, 2019
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What is the probability that in a box of a dozen donuts picked from 14 flavors there’s no more than 3 flavors in the box?

Dave's Donuts offers 14 flavors of donuts (consider the supply of each flavor as being unlimited). The “grab bag” box consists of flavors randomly selected to be in the...

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R Studio Shortcuts and Tips – part 2

May 20, 2019
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R Studio Shortcuts and Tips – part 2

Welcome to the second part of R Studio shortcuts and tips! If you have not yet read r studio shortcuts and tips – part one, I strongly recommend to...

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digest 0.6.19

Overnight, digest version 0.6.19 arrived on CRAN. It will get uploaded to Debian in due course. digest creates hash digests of arbitrary R objects (using the md5, sha-1, sha-256,...

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Part 2: Simple EDA in R with inspectdf

May 20, 2019
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Part 2: Simple EDA in R with inspectdf

Quickly and easily explore your data set in R with the Inspectdf function!

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How to design a model visualisation @ Gdansk satRdays

May 20, 2019
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How to design a model visualisation @ Gdansk satRdays

I had amazing weekend in Gdansk thanks to the satRday conference organized by Olgun Aydin, Ania Rybinska and Michal Maj. Together with Hanna Piotrowska we had a talk ,,Machine...

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The Effect of Consistency on Corporate Net Income

May 19, 2019
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The Effect of Consistency on Corporate Net Income

One of the investment concepts that every long term investor should know is the effect of consistency over corporate performance. The main idea is that older and profitable companies...

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Causal inference bake off (Kaggle style!)

May 19, 2019
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Intro On my last few posts I’ve tried answering high level questions such as “What is Causal inference?”, “How is it different than ML?” and “When should I use...

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My DataCamp course is live: “Survey and Measure Development in R”

May 19, 2019
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My DataCamp course is live: “Survey and Measure Development in R”

Very happy to share that my DataCamp course “Survey and Measure Development in R” is now available. Check it out here — the first chapter is free. From the...

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RQuantLib 0.4.9: Another small updates

A new version 0.4.9 of RQuantLib reached CRAN and Debian. It completes the change of some internals of RQuantLib to follow suit to an upstream change in QuantLib....

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r/finance, 1 year later

May 18, 2019
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The prominent conference R/Finance, held annually in Chicago, had a great program yesterday and today. As I wrote following last year’s conference, the organizers were criticized for including no...

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A new package for panel data analysis in R

May 18, 2019
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A new package for panel data analysis in R

It has been a long time coming, but my R package panelr is now on CRAN. Since I started work on it well over a year ago, it has become essential to...

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A new package for panel data analysis in R

May 18, 2019
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A new package for panel data analysis in R

It has been a long time coming, but my R package panelr is now on CRAN. Since I started work on it well over a year ago, it has become essential to...

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The never-ending editor war (?)

The never-ending editor war (?)

The creation of this blog post was prompted by this tweet, asking an age-old question: @spacemacs— Bruno Rodrigues (@brodriguesco) May 16, 2019 This is actually a very important question, that I...

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Earthquake Analysis (4/4): Cluster Analysis

May 18, 2019
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Earthquake Analysis (4/4): Cluster Analysis

Are you interested in guest posting? Publish at DataScience+ directly from your editor (i.e., RStudio). Category Basic Statistics Tags Data Visualisation Maps R Programming This is the fourth part of our post series about the exploratory...

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