EBOOK / PDF [Practical Data Science with R]

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Practical Data Science with R

Summary Practical Data Science with R Summary ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Nina Zumel Nina Zumel ↠ 2 Download He R languageProject lifecycle from planning to deliveryNumerous instantly familiar use casesKeys to effective data presentationsAbout the AuthorsNina Zumel and John Mount are cofounders of a San Francisco based data science consulting firm Both hold PhDs from Carnegie Mellon and blog on statistics probability and computer science at win vectorcomTable of ContentsPART 1 INTRODUCTION TO DATA SCIENCEThe data science processLoading data into RExploring dataManaging dataPART 2 MODELING METHODSChoosing and evaluating modelsMemorization methodsLinear and logistic regressionUnsupervised methodsExploring advanced methodsPART 3 DELIVERING RESULTSDocumentation and deploymentProducing effective presentation Practical data science with R is an original book yet not a great one and I would not recommend it This book belongs to the trend of data science by practitioners They promote themselves as material with a practical focus and accessible writing style However usually they fail at explaining the theory behind This book suffers this malaise it struggles to explain the principles and sometimes is even wrong about basic concepts in stats for example the explanation of heteroscedasticity Not everything was terrible it introduces R version control databases a bit of visualization and some techniues that everyone doing data science should have on their toolbox Definitely better than Doing Data Science Straight Talk from the Frontline but not memorable at all Looking Good Dead casesKeys to effective data presentationsAbout the AuthorsNina Zumel and John Mount are On the Banks of Lethe cofounders of a San Francisco based data science The Plot Whisperer consulting firm Both hold PhDs from Carnegie Mellon and blog on statistics probability and Echo Falls (Echo Falls, #1) computer science at win vectorcomTable of ContentsPART 1 INTRODUCTION TO DATA SCIENCEThe data science processLoading data into RExploring dataManaging dataPART 2 MODELING METHODSChoosing and evaluating modelsMemorization methodsLinear and logistic regressionUnsupervised methodsExploring advanced methodsPART 3 DELIVERING RESULTSDocumentation and deploymentProducing effective presentation Practical data science with R is an original book yet not a great one and I would not recommend it This book belongs to the trend of data science by practitioners They promote themselves as material with a practical focus and accessible writing style However usually they fail at explaining the theory behind This book suffers this malaise it struggles to explain the principles and sometimes is even wrong about basic Honor concepts in stats for example the explanation of heteroscedasticity Not everything was terrible it introduces R version The Windmill of Nowhere Crackers control databases a bit of visualization and some techniues that everyone doing data science should have on their toolbox Definitely better than Doing Data Science Straight Talk from the Frontline but not memorable at all

Summary ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Nina Zumel

Summary Practical Data Science with R Summary ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Nina Zumel Nina Zumel ↠ 2 Download Summary Practical Data Science with R lives up to its name It explains basic principles without the theoretical mumbo jumbo and jumps right to the real use cases you'll face as you collect curate and analyze the data crucial to the success of your business You'll apply the R programming language and statistical analysis techniues to carefully explained examples based in marketing business intelligence and decision supportPurchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF Kindle and ePub formats from Manning PublicationsAbout the BookBusiness analysts and developers are increasingly collecting curating analyzing and reporting on crucial business data The R language and its associated tools pr I m not always happy with the Manning texts in comparison to the ORly books but this one was greatStep by step instructions walk the reader through getting the results shown in the bookThe code is all in a github repo and the authors introduce new tools that they created SL Screwdriver et al for use by everyone This isn t a book about R per se but a book about how to choose and attack datascience projects and maybe the title is misleading since most of us data science types actually do data analysis or data engineering The chapter on classification and clustering algorithms is a perfect example They use R to teach the algos rather than using algo examples to walk you through coding in RIt s easy enough to just follow along with the code in the book but you ll get the most out of it if you sit down with RStudio and work through itCouldn t be happier having spent the money for a dead tree copy of this one It s already been heavily marked up and there s to come Timothy cases you'll face as you Kilpikonna ja olkimarsalkka collect Nuku hyvin, Punahilkka curate and analyze the data Omega crucial to the success of your business You'll apply the R programming language and statistical analysis techniues to Forlorn River carefully explained examples based in marketing business intelligence and decision supportPurchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF Kindle and ePub formats from Manning PublicationsAbout the BookBusiness analysts and developers are increasingly The Six OClock Scramble collecting Amy and Isabelle curating analyzing and reporting on Midwinter of the Spirit crucial business data The R language and its associated tools pr I m not always happy with the Manning texts in The Drift Fence comparison to the ORly books but this one was greatStep by step instructions walk the reader through getting the results shown in the bookThe West of Pecos code is all in a github repo and the authors introduce new tools that they My Pizza created SL Screwdriver et al for use by everyone This isn t a book about R per se but a book about how to The Mysterious Rider choose and attack datascience projects and maybe the title is misleading since most of us data science types actually do data analysis or data engineering The Southeast Asian Specialties (Culinaria) chapter on Blood and Ice classification and Diary of a Wimpy Kid clustering algorithms is a perfect example They use R to teach the algos rather than using algo examples to walk you through Breakfast With Jesus coding in RIt s easy enough to just follow along with the Harry Harlow'n rakkauselämät code in the book but you ll get the most out of it if you sit down with RStudio and work through itCouldn t be happier having spent the money for a dead tree Life and Mary Ann copy of this one It s already been heavily marked up and there s to النسر والصقر: بداية الصراع come

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Summary Practical Data Science with R Summary ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Nina Zumel Nina Zumel ↠ 2 Download Ovide a straightforward way to tackle day to day data science tasks without a lot of academic theory or advanced mathematics Practical Data Science with R shows you how to apply the R programming language and useful statistical techniues to everyday business situations Using examples from marketing business intelligence and decision support it shows you how to design experiments such as AB tests build predictive models and present results to audiences of all levelsThis book is accessible to readers without a background in data science Some familiarity with basic statistics R or another scripting language is assumedWhat's InsideData science for the business professionalStatistical analysis using t This book is great introduction to Data Science in R However as the title implies it is geared towards those looking for only a high level uick overview to Data Science practices as they apply in the business world as well as how to communicate results to non practitioners and business partners If this is what you are looking for then I recommend this book If you are looking for a in depth introduction to the theory of data science and machine learning I would look elsewhere as the topics are covered in a very superficial manner Had I done research into this book before purchasing I would not have bought it instead opting for a theoretical and statistics heavy primer Zumel and Mount do an excellent and concise job however of making data science accessible to those who have an interest in it at the business level


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    EBOOK / PDF [Practical Data Science with R] I'm not always happy with the Manning texts in comparison to the ORly books but this one was greatStep by step instructions walk the reader t

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    Summary Practical Data Science with R EBOOK / PDF [Practical Data Science with R] Nina Zumel ↠ 2 Download This book is great introduction to Data Science in R However as the title implies it is geared towards those looking for only a high level uick overview to Data Science practices as they apply in the business world as well as how to communicate results to non practitioners and business partners If this is what you are looking for then I recommend this book If you are looking for a in depth introduction to the theory of data sci

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    EBOOK / PDF [Practical Data Science with R] Nina Zumel ↠ 2 Download Summary ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Nina Zumel Practical data science with R is an original book yet not a great one and I would not recommend it This book belongs to the trend of data science by practitioners They promote themselves as material with a practical focus and accessible writing style However usually they fail at explaining the theory behind Thi

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    EBOOK / PDF [Practical Data Science with R] uickly scanned through this book The code base is well prepared The business use case are described Also glad to find that the author took care of model preparation which is rare for a book on data science and R Drawbacks are obvious as well the theories behind the codes are explained neither well nor too accurately Still I may g

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    EBOOK / PDF [Practical Data Science with R] This is my January book for my read one work book per month New Year's resolutionGood practical book on applying machine learning Lots of examples though I probably would have appreciated effort to use a single domain or business rather than constantly leaping around just because taking a number of approaches to a single problem

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  • Paperback
  • 416
  • Practical Data Science with R
  • Nina Zumel
  • English
  • 09 January 2018
  • 9781617291562