Machine Learning Modelling in R : : Cheat Sheet

March 22, 2018

(This article was first published on R – The R Trader, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

I came across this excellent article lately “Machine learning at central banks” which I decided to use as a basis for a new cheat sheet called Machine Learning Modelling in R. The cheat sheet can be downloaded from RStudio cheat sheets repository.

As the R ecosystem is now far too rich to present all available packages and functions, this cheat sheet is by no means exhaustive . It’s rather a guide to what I consider being the most useful tools available in R for modelling.  It also contains a standard modelling workflow which represents my view on how to approach a generic modelling exercise. Any comments comments welcome!


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