For statistical models, selecting those predictors is what tests the steel of data scientists. It is really challenging to lay out the steps, as for every step, they should evaluate the situation and make decisions for the next or upcoming steps. It is a completely different story when running predictive models, and if relationship among the variables is not the main focus, situations get easier. Data analysts can go ahead to run step-wise regression models, empowering the data to give best…Continue
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Hadoop – Introduction & features
Let us start with what is Hadoop and what are Hadoop features that make it so popular.
Hadoop is an open-source software framework for distributed storage and distributed processing of extremely large data sets. Important features of Hadoop are:
Hadoop is an open source project. It means its code can be modified to business requirements.
In Hadoop, data is highly available and…
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This article was written by Jacob Joseph.
Unlike evaluating the accuracy of models that predict a continuous or discrete dependent variable like Linear Regression models, evaluating the accuracy of a classification model could be more complex and time-consuming.Before measuring the accuracy of classification models, an analyst would first…Continue
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Abstract – Blockchain is a mystery story or provides the foundation for cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. What’s different about blockchains compared to traditional big-data distributed databases like MongoDB. Its like featuring a product that contains small blocks of brain in form of dust but consider that the innovation efforts of several publicly traded asset managers and banks are also on this brain block dust quest. Computers start simulating the brain’s sensation,…Continue
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1.Introduction to Big data and Cloud Computing
Cloud computing is the use of computing resources (hardware and software) that are delivered as a service over a network (typically the Internet). It’s a virtualization framework.
It is like resource on demand whether it be storage, computing etc. Cloud follows pay per usage model. You need to pay the amount of resource you use.
This computing service by cloud charges…Continue
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Let’s start with the bottom line - there is no excuse for virtually any company today, regardless of size or manpower (and within reason), not to be making data analyics a part of their normal business routines. Traditional objections such as cost, resources and expertise no longer cut the mustard. As many observers have noted, a company’s internally generated data is a key asset that needs to be leveraged in the same way as any other corporate asset if the…Continue
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Customer analytics has been one of hottest buzzwords for years. Few years back it was only marketing department’s monopoly carried out with limited volumes of customer data, which was stored in relational databases like Oracle or appliances like Teradata and Netezza. SAS & SPSS were the leaders in providing customer analytics but it was restricted to conducting segmentation of customers who are likely to buy your products or services. In the 90’s came web…
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Many neural network applications implemented in Java, such as Neuroph, Encog and Joone, may look rather different when switching from the Java language to Python with the help of the DMelt computing environment. First of all, they look simpler. You can use your favorite Python tricks to load and display data. The Python coding is simpler for viewing and fast modifications. It does not require recompiling after each change. At the same time, the platform…Continue
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The following problems appeared as assignments in the coursera course Data-Driven Astronomy.
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Monday newsletter published by Data Science Central. Previous editions can be found here. The contribution flagged with a + is our selection for the picture of the week.
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Guest blog by Vinod Sharma.
Abstract – Blockchain is a mystery story or provides the foundation for cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. What’s different about blockchains compared to traditional big-data distributed databases like MongoDB. Its like featuring a product that contains small blocks of brain in form of dust but consider that the innovation efforts of several publicly traded asset managers and banks are also on this brain block dust quest. Computers…Continue
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To simplify this task, my team has prepared an overview of the main existing recommendation system…Continue
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Here is an interesting visualization of machine learning algorithms:
Originally posted here. Also check out the following great visual summaries:…Continue
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Canonical and Amazon Web Services have been working closely together to create the best experience of the world’s most popular cloud OS, on the world’s most popular public cloud. Official Ubuntu guest images have been available on AWS for years, and underlie the majority of workloads on the service—whether you use the EC2 Quickstart, Marketplace, or Lightsail. This week, and for the first time on the public cloud, Canonical, in collaboration with Amazon, is delighted to…Continue
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This article was written by John Hammink. John Hammink is an American engineer, musician, artist and linguist, with his own entry in Wikipedia. …
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This is part of a new series of articles: once or twice a month, we post previous articles that were very popular when first published. These articles are at least 6 month old but no more than 12 month old. The previous digest in this series was posted here a while back.
12 Great Blogs Posted in the last 12…Continue
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Summary: There are a variety of new Automated Machine Learning (AML) platforms emerging that led us recently to ask if we’d be automated and unemployed any time soon. In this article we’ll cover the “Professional AML tools”. They require that you be fluent in R or Python which means that Citizen Data Scientists won’t be using them. They also significantly enhance productivity and reduce the redundant and tedious work that’s part of model…Continue
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