Info, dates and topics of our five Autumn R Courses: from programming to data manipulation, from statistics to data mining, everything with R starting with R for Beginners course.
Quantide in partnership with DataCamp , offers an introductory online course to R completely in Italian. The course is free and open to anyone who wishes to participate. There is no requirement, you need only a Pc or a Mac with an Internet access.
Principal components regression (PCR) is a regression method based on Principal Component Analysis: discover how to perform this Data Mining technique in R
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If you want to compute arbitrary operations on a data frame returning more than one number back, use dplyr do()! Tips and suggestions, in SE and NSE version.
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Let’s go deeper into methods overloading, and play around with classes, environment, operators and other R “oddities”. How? Trying to emulate some C function in R.
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Info, dates and topics of our five Autumn R Courses: from programming to data manipulation, from statistics to data mining, everything with R.
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Reshape your data from long to wide, split a column, aggregate: a comparison between tidyr and reshape2 R packages to tidy data
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A MilanoR meeting is an occasion to bring together R users from the Milano area to share R tips and experience: the next one will be Thursday, October 27th. We are looking for volunteers to present at the next meeting: if you feel you have something to input or you can recommend someone, please contact us!