April 22, 2011

(This article was first published on Modern Tool Making, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

This blog will show you how to build tools to survive in the modern world. I will focus on statistics and machine learning, because that’s where my strengths lie, but sometime we may find ourselves veering far off course.

My primary interest lies in using computers to solve problems, and I will spend the majority of my time discussing practical, rather than theoretical issues.
If you wish to play the home game, start by installing R, and hang on to your seat…

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