# Content: References, Learning Guides, Etc.

Change Search Criteria:### Correlation and Linear Regression

References, Learning Guides, Etc. / TutorialFrom datascience+: “Before going into complex model building, looking at data relation is a sensible step to understand how your different variables interact together. Correlation looks at trends shared between two variables, and regression looks at relation between a predictor (independent variable) and a response (dependent) variable.”

### Principal Component Analysis using R

References, Learning Guides, Etc. / TutorialFrom R-bloggers: “Curse of Dimensionality: One of the most commonly faced problems while dealing with data analytics problems such as recommendation engines, text analytics is high-dimensional and sparse data. At many times, we face a situation where we have a large set of features and fewer data points, or we have data with very high feature vectors. In such scenarios, fitting a model to the dataset, results in lower predictive … Continue Reading

### Bayesian machine learning

Intro Guide / References, Learning Guides, Etc. / TutorialFrom FastML: “So you know the Bayes rule. How does it relate to machine learning? It can be quite difficult to grasp how the puzzle pieces fit together – we know it took us a while. This article is an introduction we wish we had back then.” This article covers the following topics: Bayesians and Frequentists Priors, updates, and posteriors Inferring model parameters from data Model vs inference Statistical modelling … Continue Reading

### Getting Started in Open Source

Intro Guide / References, Learning Guides, Etc. / TutorialFrom Rebecca Bilbro: “The phrase ‘open source’ evokes an egalitarian, welcoming niche were programmers can work together towards a common purpose–creating software to be freely available to the public in a community that sees contribution as its own reward. But for data scientists who are just entering into the open source milieu, it can sometimes feel like an intimidating place…. And yet, open source development does have a lot going … Continue Reading

### Fun With Plotly

References, Learning Guides, Etc. / TutorialFrom Len Kiefer: “Plotly enables you to make interactive htlm widgets that you can embed in your webpage or view from within R. I’ve been having a lot of fun converting existing visualizations I have made with ggplot2 into plotly visualizations using ggplotly…. I’m going to include the code and discussion for several graphs I’ve been using. I will use updated data that we used in our Cross talk dashboard. … Continue Reading

### R for Excel Users

Intro Guide / References, Learning Guides, Etc. / TutorialThis post covers the why and how to switch from Excel to R for managing data and undertaking analysis. It covers the following topics: Four Fundamental Differences Between R and Excel Example: Joining two tables together Interation Generalizing through functions “Excel users have a strong mental model of how data analysis works, and this makes learning to program more difficult. However, learning to program will allow you to do things … Continue Reading

### Learning AI if You Suck at Math

Curricula / References, Learning Guides, Etc.From Hackernoon: “If you’re like me, you’re fascinated with AI. Maybe you’d love to dig deeper and get an image recognition program running in TensorFlow or Theano? Perhaps you’re a kick-ass developer or systems architect and you know computers incredibly well but there’s just one little problem: You suck at math. That’s all right! I share your dirty little secret and I have some books and websites that will really … Continue Reading

### What’s Wrong With My Time Series

References, Learning Guides, Etc. / TutorialFrom MultiThreaded: “What’s wrong with my time series? Model validation without a hold-out set Time series modeling sits at the core of critical business operations such as supply and demand forecasting and quick-response algorithms like fraud and anomaly detection. Small errors can be costly, so it’s important to know what to expect of different error sources. The trouble is that the usual approach of cross-validation doesn’t work for time series … Continue Reading

### Getting Started with tidyverse in R

Intro Guide / References, Learning Guides, Etc. / TutorialFrom Storybench: “The tidyverse is a collection of R packages developed by RStudio’s chief scientist Hadley Wickham. These packages work well together as part of a larger data analysis pipeline. To learn more about these tools and how they work together, read R for data science…. The following tutorial will introduce some basic functions in tidyverse for structuring and analyzing datasets.”

### Neural Networks from Scratch (in R)

References, Learning Guides, Etc. / TutorialFrom Medium: This tutorial: “is for those of you with a statistics/econometrics background but not necessarily a machine-learning one and for those of you who want some guidance in building a neural-network from scratch in R to better understand how everything fits (and how i doesn’t).” The author’s motivations for writing the tutorial are: “Understanding (by writing from scratch) the leaky abstractions behind neural-networks dramatically shifted my focus to elements … Continue Reading

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