How to use CI/CD for your ML Projects?

August 13, 2020 | Nagdev Amruthnath

The terms CI/CD stands for Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery – Deployment. Before we jump into how all these work, let’s take a step back and walk through the process of ML. Most of the data scientists do their data analytics on their laptops. For every data analytics projects ...
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Data Science Framework – YUNA elements free for download

August 13, 2020 | eoda GmbH

A few weeks ago we released our new framework and, together with our customers, we have already implemented exciting use cases. YUNA elements is a lean, easy to learn, secure and scalable framework for the development, organization and administration of script-based data processing and analysis projects for the languages R, ...
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rstudio::global() talk deadline extension

August 12, 2020 | Hadley Wickham

We’ve received requests from a number of you to submit talks for rstudio::global() after the deadline (tomorrow, August 14). We know things are particuarly tough at the moment, so we’re extending the deadline by two weeks for everyone; the new submission deadline is August 28 at 11:59PM PDT. We’... [Read more...]

Scrivenvar: Writing + Variables

August 12, 2020 | Dave Jarvis

Here is an open source desktop text editor that integrates both externally defined variable definitions and R. In the following demo video, R is used shortly after the 5-minute mark: Thoughts on the concept of integrated variables? Download: https://github.com/DaveJarvis/scrivenvar/blob/master/README.md#download Stay safe ... [Read more...]

We’ll be at R/Pharma – Oct 12-15, 2020

August 11, 2020 | R Consortium

This fall, the R Consortium’s support for advancing data science in medicine continues with the third of three exceptional events, pulling together experts in their fields, including the Covid-19 Data Forum,... The post We’ll be at R/Pharma – Oct 12-15, 2020 appeared first on R Consortium.
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Abstractions

August 11, 2020 | @aschinchon

Spinning on that dizzy edge (Just Like Heaven, The Cure) This post talks about a generative system called Physarum model, which simulates the evolution of a colony of extremely simple organisms that, under certain environmental conditions, result into complex behaviors. Apart from the scientific interest of the topic, this model ...
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Predicting pneumonia outcomes: EDA part 2

August 10, 2020 | R on notast

Intro 9 Lab_ related category Missing Lab values Outlier Lab values High Lab_Hb levels Low Lab_Neu High Lab_Sugar 10 CS_ cultures related category 11 Abx_ antibiotics related category 11i Class of empirical antibiotics given 11ii Antibiotics given Number of antibiotics given 11iii Duration of antibiotics 12 Care_ continuum of care status ...
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Outliers detection in R

August 10, 2020 | R on Stats and R

Introduction Descriptive statistics Minimum and maximum Histogram Boxplot Percentiles Hampel filter Statistical tests Grubbs’s test Dixon’s test Rosner’s test Additional remarks Introduction An outlier is a value or an observation that is distant from other observations, that is to say, a data point that differs significantly from ...
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TV Shows on the “Big 3” Streaming Services

August 10, 2020 | Unknown

2020 has been a tough year, and I've been doing my best to keep busy (and distracted from all the insanity - both at the personal and worldwide levels). Earlier this year, I took a course in machine learning techniques and have been working on applying...
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Solving small data problems with data.table

August 10, 2020 | HighlandR

A question was asked in the NHS-R Slack channel a few weeks back. It was one of those strangely innocuous, but fiddly ones. A dplyr solution was offered, and accepted, but someone has to be the annoying person who offers a data.table solution... [Read more...]
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