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MakeOverMonday Challenge

June 7, 2017
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MakeOverMonday Challenge

Makeovermonday is a weekly social data project with the intention to rework some random chosen chart. A new challenge is posted every week on the data set page. Although it is more focused to the Tableau community, I took the challenge to rework the chart with R. This is the challenge from last week which holds a dataset with...

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scheduling scripts

April 23, 2017
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scheduling scripts

In most cases, you’ll write a R script that pulls data, manipulates it and dumps the output to a database or you’ll create a beautiful report in rmarkdown. Suppose you want to run this script or report every day, week, day, etc. Well, there are a few possibilities for automating these procedures on Windows machine. Windows Task Scheduler: You can use...

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Predicting creditworthiness: part-2

February 28, 2016
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Predicting creditworthiness: part-2

Refining the credit model(s) To continue with the creditworthiness case, I want to explore this case a little bit more by adding more meta algorithms such as boosting, winnowing, cross validation etc. Additionally, I’ll use randomforest as classifier algorithm. I’m still using the same german credit data as in the previous post. I’m also using the same train/testest. Each model is...

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Decision trees in banking industry: creditworthiness

February 7, 2016
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Decision trees in banking industry: creditworthiness

While looking for a interesting Machine Learning exercise I decided to go along with credit scoring exercise. I want to know what kind of information influences the decision for giving someone credit (or not). Typically, a bank would ask you to fill in some kind of assesment form with question about demographics, purpose of the loan, your status of...

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