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Data Normalization in R

October 17, 2021 | finnstats »

Data Normalization in R, data normalization is a vital technique to understand in data pre-processing, and you’ll learn about it in this tutorial. Different numerical data columns may have vastly different ranges, making a direct comparison u...
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R Packages for Data Science

October 16, 2021 | finnstats »

R Packages for Data Science, you’ll learn about the tidyverse library in this lesson, which is a collection of R tools that you can use to manipulate your datasets. You’ll also discover how to use some of the dplyr package’s key f...
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Shiny Basics-Introduction

October 15, 2021 | finnstats »

Shiny Basics, you will learn two standards for constructing a simple Shiny application in this tutorial. You’ll also learn how the program is structured, the components of the user interface, and where to put application logic. How to Calc...
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Boxplot in R Language

October 11, 2021 | finnstats »

Boxplot in R, we will demonstrate how to make a box plot in the R programming language. A box plot summarises the distribution of numerical data that has been sorted. If you enjoyed our Data Science tutorials, please subscribe to our YouTube Channe...
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Deep Belief Networks and Autoencoders

October 6, 2021 | finnstats »

Deep Belief Networks (DBN) and Autoencoders, Let’s take a look at DBNs and how they are created on top of RBMs. If you haven’t read the previous posts yet, you can read them by clicking the below links. Introduction to Machine Learning wit...
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Restricted Boltzmann Machine (RBM)

October 5, 2021 | finnstats »

Restricted Boltzmann Machine is used to detect patterns in data, in an unsupervised way. If you haven’t read the previous posts yet, you can read them by clicking the below links. Introduction to Machine Learning with TensorFlow »Introduct...
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Convolutional Neural Networks

October 1, 2021 | finnstats »

Convolutional neural networks, Let’s look at a picture classification problem. Assume you have a data set including numerous photographs of planes and cars. And you’d like to create a model that can recognize and distinguish them. Pleas...
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Introduction to Deep Learning

September 30, 2021 | finnstats »

Introduction to deep learning, This is a follow-up to one of our previous posts, which you can read here if you missed it. Introduction to Deep Learning Deep learning applications are employed in practically every industry, including health care...
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How to Remove Outliers in R

September 27, 2021 | finnstats »

How to Remove Outliers in R?, What does outlier mean? It’s an observation that differs significantly from the rest of the data set’s values. Outliers can skew the results by providing false information. We’ll go over how to elimin...
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How to Rotate Axis Labels in ggplot2?

September 22, 2021 | finnstats »

How to Rotate Axis Labels in ggplot2?. Axis labels on graphs must occasionally be rotated. Let’s look at how to rotate the labels on the axes in a ggplot2 plot.  Let’s begin by creating a basic data frame and the plot. Rotate...
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Side-by-Side plots with ggplot2

September 21, 2021 | finnstats »

How to Create Side-by-Side Plots in ggplot2?. Using the ggplot2 package in R, you can often construct two plots side by side. Fortunately, with the patchwork and gridExtra packages, this is simple to accomplish. Side-by-Side plots with ggplot2 ...
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How to Change Legend Position in ggplot2

September 20, 2021 | finnstats »

Change Legend Position in ggplot2, When a shape feature is mapped to a variable in the aes() component of the ggplot() call, ggplot2 will automatically construct a legend for your chart. Approach1: Legend outside Plot It is possible to put the l...
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How to Change Background Color in ggplot2

September 17, 2021 | finnstats »

When you change the background colors in ggplot, it will be more visually pleasing and attract more attention than the default ones. p + theme(panel.background = element_rect(fill = 'white', color = 'blue'), panel.grid.major = element_line(color = ...
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