A Video Game? In R Shiny? For the last two years, RStudio has been organizing a competition to showcase the power and flexibility of Shiny… Read More »Is R Shiny Versatile Enough to Build a Video Game?
Summary: This blog showcases the handling of daily data of cases/deaths from Covid-19 in the U.S. published by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns… Read More »Johns Hopkins Covid-19 Data and R, Part I — data.table handling.
This article was written by Lixun Zhang. As a data scientist, I have experience with R. Naturally, when I was first exposed to Microsoft R… Read More »A Data Scientist’s Perspective on Microsoft R
Neuromancer Blues” is a series of posts where I would like the reader to find guidance about overall data science topics such as data wrangling,… Read More »Neuromancer Blues: Threading vs Multiprocessing
One of the best-known books on statistics is now free Larry Wasserman’s All of Statistics is free to download from Springer I like this book… Read More »Free book on Statistics: Larry Wasserman’s All of Statistics
This article was written by Daniel McAuley. I recently had the pleasure of speaking on a few panels about analytics to my fellow MBA students… Read More »MBA guide: 8 resources to go from the spreadsheet to the command line
My new ebook about Agile, AI, data, deep learning, IT and much more. Highly polemic, contrarian and insightful. It informs, educates and entertains. It incites… Read More »Book: [email protected] – The greatest data stories ever told!
We must have read tons of literature on developing analytics models and finding information/insights out of data blob. Majorly this activity can run stand alone… Read More »Data scientists, you can’t not-know APIs & Dockers
A few years ago, in a Q&A session following a presentation I gave on data analysis (DA) to a group of college recruits for my… Read More »Multi-Dimensional Frequencies with R data.table.