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A Little College Sports Analysis, but First a Little Data Wrangling

I'm a big college sports fan, especially active in debates about which D1 conference is best. Five years ago, I came across the Learfield Directors' Cup, an annual evaluation/ranking program of college sports performance based on hard numbers. In…See More
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A Little College Sports Analysis, but First a Little Data Wrangling

I'm a big college sports fan, especially active in debates about which D1 conference is best. Five years ago, I came across the Learfield Directors' Cup, an annual evaluation/ranking program of college sports performance based on hard numbers. In…See More
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AJ Meyers commented on steve miller's blog post a Little SQL with a Little R
"Steve - completely understand.  But the way the platform is evolving towards more on analytics (containers of engines on the MPP backbone), keep it in mind when it seems you're spending more time on the tech, and less on the…"
Aug 1
steve miller commented on steve miller's blog post a Little SQL with a Little R
"AJ -- Thanks much for your note. My quick research suggests a very intriguing analytics environment. As a data science consultant, though, I don't have much sway over my customers' database decisions; indeed most relational/analytic…"
Aug 1
AJ Meyers commented on steve miller's blog post a Little SQL with a Little R
"Hi Steve - Great article You and your Nephew may want to try using the free version of Teradata's platform to do all of the same things you noted above with your Jupyter notebook with alot less additional coding and tools.  the R engine is…"
Aug 1
Ralph Winters commented on steve miller's blog post a Little SQL with a Little R
"Thank you for sharing this informative article about your nephew."
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Rogelio Mamani commented on steve miller's blog post a Little SQL with a Little R
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a Little SQL with a Little R

My nephew's a very impressive young man. Five years ago, he received a PhD in Biochemistry/Molecular Biology from a prestigious university, earning numerous teaching and research awards along the way. He then took a faculty position at a college where, several years later, he decided to become literate in analytic…See More
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steve miller's blog post was featured

a Little SQL with a Little R

My nephew's a very impressive young man. Five years ago, he received a PhD in Biochemistry/Molecular Biology from a prestigious university, earning numerous teaching and research awards along the way. He then took a faculty position at a college where, several years later, he decided to become literate in analytic…See More
Jul 18
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ff and Too-Big-for-Memory Data in R -- Part III

After my last blog on the use of relational databases PostgreSQL and MonetDB to help compensate for R's RAM limitations, I received an email from a reader who asked if I'd ever used the R …See More
Jul 4
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ff and Too-Big-for-Memory Data in R -- Part III

After my last blog on the use of relational databases PostgreSQL and MonetDB to help compensate for R's RAM limitations, I received an email from a reader who asked if I'd ever used the R …See More
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PostgreSQL, MonetDB, and Too-Big-for-Memory Data in R -- Part II

In PostgreSQL, MonetDB, and Too-Big-for-Memory Data in R -- Part I, I began to discuss how data that was too big for RAM is handled in R, a memory-constrained statistical platform. I attempted to demonstrate the…See More
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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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Steve miller's Blog

A Little College Sports Analysis, but First a Little Data Wrangling

Posted on August 14, 2018 at 12:35pm 0 Comments

I'm a big college sports fan, especially active in debates about which D1 conference is best. Five years ago, I came across the Learfield Directors' Cup, an annual evaluation/ranking program of college sports…

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a Little SQL with a Little R

Posted on July 16, 2018 at 12:02pm 5 Comments

My nephew's a very impressive young man. Five years ago, he received a PhD in Biochemistry/Molecular Biology from a prestigious university, earning numerous…

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ff and Too-Big-for-Memory Data in R -- Part III

Posted on July 2, 2018 at 11:30am 0 Comments

After my last blog on the use of relational databases PostgreSQL and MonetDB to help compensate for R's RAM limitations, I received an email from a reader who…

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PostgreSQL, MonetDB, and Too-Big-for-Memory Data in R -- Part II

Posted on June 13, 2018 at 10:00am 0 Comments

In PostgreSQL, MonetDB, and Too-Big-for-Memory Data in R -- Part I, I began to discuss how data that was too big for RAM is handled in R, a memory-constrained statistical platform.…

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