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A Common Data Analysis Pattern with a Simple Solution in R

It seems that much of the data analysis work I've done over the last few months has followed a "script". First, identify data, often government-sponsored and freely-available, that's of keen interest. Next, find the websites that house the data and download the relevant files to my notebook. The downloads might ultimately be one-off or included in the data analysis programs. Finally, load the data into either R or python and have at it with queries, visualizations, and statistical/learning…See More
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A Common Data Analysis Pattern with a Simple Solution in R

It seems that much of the data analysis work I've done over the last few months has followed a "script". First, identify data, often government-sponsored and freely-available, that's of keen interest. Next, find the websites that house the data and download the relevant files to my notebook. The downloads might ultimately be one-off or included in the data analysis programs. Finally, load the data into either R or python and have at it with queries, visualizations, and statistical/learning…See More
23 hours ago
steve miller posted a blog post

Changes in Job Counts by Education Grouping, 1992-2017

Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) starkly shows how the U.S. job market changed from 1992-2017. During that period, the number of jobs held by those with a HS education or less declined by over 3.5M, while the number for those with some college, a college degree, or advanced degree increased by 39.5M. The following R/ggplot of jobs by month grouped by education tells the story. More detail surrounding these computations…See More
Feb 16
steve miller's blog post was featured

Changes in Job Counts by Education Grouping, 1992-2017

Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) starkly shows how the U.S. job market changed from 1992-2017. During that period, the number of jobs held by those with a HS education or less declined by over 3.5M, while the number for those with some college, a college degree, or advanced degree increased by 39.5M. The following R/ggplot of jobs by month grouped by education tells the story. More detail surrounding these computations…See More
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steve miller posted a blog post

Jobs, Education, and R

I came across a jaw-dropping article from the Brookings think tank two weeks ago.The column noted that "household employment data reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) show that Americans with college…See More
Feb 11
steve miller's blog post was featured

Jobs, Education, and R

I came across a jaw-dropping article from the Brookings think tank two weeks ago.The column noted that "household employment data reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) show that Americans with college…See More
Feb 11
steve miller replied to Neeraj Sharma's discussion Merge row data
"nice answer. you wanna use array operations. numpy's an elegant and efficient library."
Feb 11
steve miller commented on Samual Alister's blog post Apache Spark with Scala- Learning Path Decoded
"there are Jupyter notebook Scala kernels available."
Feb 10
steve miller replied to Neeraj Sharma's discussion Merge row data
"actually, for this exercise, dplyr isn't necessary."
Feb 10
steve miller replied to Neeraj Sharma's discussion Merge row data
"I'm a big proponent of using R packages data.table and dplyr (tidyverse) in collaboration: library(data.table) library(dplyr) dt <-…"
Feb 10

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40 years experience in consulting services surrounding BI, statistics, analytics, and data science. Most recent position was President of Inquidia Consulting and EVP of BI/Analytics at Braun Consulting. have been a writer for information management, dataversity, and beyenetwork for 12 years.
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http://https://www.linkedin.com/in/steve-miller-58ab881/
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Steve miller's Blog

A Common Data Analysis Pattern with a Simple Solution in R

Posted on February 23, 2018 at 6:00am 0 Comments

It seems that much of the data analysis work I've done over the last few months has followed a "script". First, identify data, often government-sponsored and freely-available, that's of keen interest. Next, find the websites that house the data and download the relevant files to my notebook. The downloads might ultimately be one-off or included in the data analysis programs. Finally, load the data into either R or python and have at it with queries, visualizations, and…

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Changes in Job Counts by Education Grouping, 1992-2017

Posted on February 12, 2018 at 5:30pm 0 Comments

Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) starkly shows how the U.S. job market changed from 1992-2017. During that period, the number of jobs held by those with a HS education or less declined by over 3.5M, while the number for those with some college, a college degree, or advanced degree increased by 39.5M. The following R/ggplot of jobs by month…

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Jobs, Education, and R

Posted on January 31, 2018 at 3:00pm 0 Comments

I came across a jaw-dropping article from the Brookings think tank two weeks ago.

The column noted that "household employment data reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)…

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