Articles by Method Matters

Downloading Fitbit Data Histories with R

June 5, 2019 | Method Matters

In this post, we will see how to download personal Fitbit data histories for step counts, heart rate, and sleep via the Fitbit API. We will use a combination of existing R packages and custom calls to the Fitbit API to get all of the data we are interested in.... [Read more...]

Downloading Fitbit Data Histories with R

June 5, 2019 | Method Matters

In this post, we will see how to download personal Fitbit data histories for step counts, heart rate, and sleep via the Fitbit API. We will use a combination of existing R packages and custom calls to the Fitbit API to get all of the data we are interested in.... [Read more...]

Downloading Fitbit Data Histories with R

June 5, 2019 | Method Matters

In this post, we will see how to download personal Fitbit data histories for step counts, heart rate, and sleep via the Fitbit API. We will use a combination of existing R packages and custom calls to the Fitbit API to get all of the data we are interested in. ... [Read more...]

FizzBuzz in R and Python

April 21, 2019 | Method Matters

In this post, we will solve a simple problem (called “FizzBuzz”) that is asked by some employers in data scientist job interviews. The question seeks to ascertain the applicant’s familiarity with basic programming concepts. We will see 2 different ways to solve the problem in 2 different statistical programming languages: R ... [Read more...]

FizzBuzz in R and Python

April 21, 2019 | Method Matters

In this post, we will solve a simple problem (called "FizzBuzz") that is asked by some employers in data scientist job interviews. The question seeks to ascertain the applicant's familiarity with basic programming concepts. We will see 2 different ways to solve the problem in 2 different statistical programming languages: R and ... [Read more...]
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