Monthly Archives: January 2018

Easily Converting Strings to Times and Dates in R with flipTime

January 31, 2018
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Date conversion in R can be a real pain. However, it is a very important initial step when you first get your data into R...

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Our Logo In R

January 31, 2018
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Our Logo In R

Hi all, so given our logo here at Jumping Rivers is a set of lines designed to look like a Gaussian Process, we thought it would be a neat idea to recreate this image in R. To do so we’re going to need a couple packages. We do the usual install.packages() dance (remember this step can be performed in...

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I talk about machine learning with Daniel Mies (Podcast in German, though)

January 31, 2018
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I talk about machine learning with Daniel Mies (Podcast in German, though)

For those of you out there who speak German: I was interviewed for a tech podcast where I talked about machine learning, neural nets, why I love R and Rstudio and how I became a Data Scientist. You can download and listen to the podcast here: https://m...

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Announcing my talk about explainability of machine learning models at Minds Mastering Machines conference

January 31, 2018
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Announcing my talk about explainability of machine learning models at Minds Mastering Machines conference

On Wednesday, April 25th 2018 I am going to talk about explainability of machine learning models at the Minds Mastering Machines conference in Cologne. The conference will be in German, though. ERKLÄRBARKEIT VON MACHINE LEARNING: WIE KÖNNEN WIR ...

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Our Logo In R

January 31, 2018
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Our Logo In R

Hi all, so given our logo here at Jumping Rivers is a set of lines designed to look like a Gaussian Process, we thought it would be a neat idea to recreate this image in R. To do so we’re going to need a couple packages. We do the usual install.packages() dance (remember this step can be performed in...

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Simulating Water Consumption to Develop Analysis and Reporting

January 31, 2018
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Simulating Water Consumption to Develop Analysis and Reporting

This article simulates water consumption to assist with developing leak detection algorithms. Simulating water consumption helps to develop business tools. Continue reading → The post Simulating Water Consumption to Develop Analysis and Reporting appeared first on The Devil is in the Data.

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Analysis of Trump’s State of the Union Speech, with R

January 31, 2018
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Analysis of Trump’s State of the Union Speech, with R

President Trump's State of the Union speech was last night, and it seemed to me it dragged on a bit. That's because it was apparently the slowest SOTU speech in history, based on average number of words spoken per minute. The chart below, based on these data, was created by Josh Katz. (The R code for the chart is...

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From R scripts to shiny applications – use case in the spare parts business

January 31, 2018
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From R scripts to shiny applications – use case in the spare parts business

From R scripts to shiny applications – use case in the spare parts business  How we developed a system of eight shiny applications for more than 500 users worldwide starting with a single R script The main benefits of using R compared to other languages are speed and handling of large data sets. That’s the … From R...

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València summer school

January 31, 2018
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València summer school

In another continuation of the summer of Bayesian conferences in Europe, the Universidat de Valencià is organising a summer school on Bayesian statistics, from 16 July till 20 July, 2018. Which thus comes right after our summer school on computational statistics at Warwick. With a basic course on Bayesian learning (2 days). And a more

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t-sne dimension reduction on Spotify mp3 samples

January 31, 2018
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t-sne dimension reduction on Spotify mp3 samples

Introduction Not long ago I was reading on t-Distributed Stochastic Neighbor Embedding (t-sne), a very interesting dimension reduction technique, and on Mel frequency cepstrum a sound processing technique. Details of both techniques can be found here and here. Can we combine … Continue reading →

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