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Data Science Virtual Machine updated, now includes RStudio, JuliaPro

January 31, 2017
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Data Science Virtual Machine updated, now includes RStudio, JuliaPro

The Windows edition of the Data Science Virtual Machine (DSVM) was recently updated on the Azure Marketplace. This update upgrades some existing components and adds some new ones as well. You now have your choice of integrated development environment to use with R. RStudio Desktop is now included in the Data Science Virtual Machine image — no need to...

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Data Science for Doctors – Part 1 : Data Display

January 29, 2017
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Data Science for Doctors – Part 1 : Data Display

Data science enhances people’s decision making. Doctors and researchers are making critical decisions every day, so it is obvious that those people must have a substantial knowledge of data science. This series aims to help people that are around medical field to enhance their data science skills. We will work with a health related database Related exercise sets:

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Live Training: Using Email for your Data Science Portfolio

January 25, 2017
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Live Training: Using Email for your Data Science Portfolio

This Friday at 9am PT I will be running a live training titled Using Email for your Data Science Portfolio. Within the world of online communication, email is the... The post Live Training: Using Email for your Data Science Portfolio appeared first on AriLamstein.com.

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Choosing Software to Publish your Data Science Portfolio

January 23, 2017
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Choosing Software to Publish your Data Science Portfolio

I’ve recently spoken to several people who Have decided to create a portfolio of their data science projects Are new to online publishing They frequently have... The post Choosing Software to Publish your Data Science Portfolio appeared first on AriLamstein.com.

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R or Python for Data Science?

January 16, 2017
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R or Python for Data Science?

Addressing the question 'R or Python for data science' depends mainly on the problems which is to be solved, the tools required to solve the problem and your personal preference. Read more..

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Data science opinions and tools to support them at rstudio::conf

January 16, 2017
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Data science opinions and tools to support them at rstudio::conf

@drsimonj here to share my big takeaways from rstudio::conf 2017. My aim here is to share the broad data science opinions and challenges that I feel bring together the R community right now, and perhaps offer some guidance to anyone wanting to get into the R community. DISCLAIMER: this is based on my experience, my primary interests, the...

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Upcoming Webinar: Positioning Your Data Science Portfolio

January 9, 2017
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Upcoming Webinar: Positioning Your Data Science Portfolio

This Wednesday at 10am I will be hosting a webinar with Philip Morgan on Positioning Your Data Science Portfolio. If you are interested in creating a Data... The post Upcoming Webinar: Positioning Your Data Science Portfolio appeared first on AriLamstein.com.

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Free Book – R for Data Science

January 6, 2017
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Free Book – R for Data Science

I just started reading this book today: R for Data Science by Hadley Wickham.  It’s free (as of right now) and written completely in R!  Click here to check it out; I highly recommend it.

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How to create dynamic filtering in data science reports and dashboards?

R has long ago stopped to be a language only for statistical analysis. It’s also a great tool for communicating the results of data scientist’s work. With RMarkdown and Shiny it’s very easy to quickly design great reports and applications. We want to share few tricks to make your reports and apps more interactive and show you how components...

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R as a data science language

R as a data science language

The R language is a ‘DSL’ – a domain-specific language. The domain that it deals with, however, is not well-defined. In this note, I call R a “data science language” and link to a few resources that make the point better than I could. R as a domain-specific language A few years ago, John D. Cook gave a...

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