Tag: time series
DataCamp – Visualizing Time Series Data in RCourses / Interactive tutorial style course
From DataCamp: “As the saying goes, ‘A chart is worth a thousand words’. This is why visualization is the most used and powerful way to get a better understanding of your data. After this course you will have a very good overview of R time series visualisation capabilities and you will be able to better decide which model to choose for subsequent analysis. You will be able to also convey the … Continue Reading
DataCamp – Manipulating Time Series Data in R: Case StudiesCourses / Interactive tutorial style course
This course builds on Manipulating Time Series Data in R with xts & zoo using new exercises and interesting datasets.
DataCamp – Manipulating Time Series Data in R with xts & zooCourses / Interactive tutorial style course
From DataCamp: “Time series are all around us, from server logs to high frequency financial data. Managing and manipulating ordered observations is central to all time series analysis. The xts and zoo packages provide a set of powerful tools to make this task fast and mistake free. In this course, you will learn everything from the basics of xts to advanced tips and tricks for working with time series data in R.” … Continue Reading
Python for Data Analysis: Data Wrangling with Pandas, NumPy, and IPythonBooks / physical books or multiple formats
This is a book about the parts of the Python language and libraries you’ll need to effectively solve a broad set of data analysis problems.
R in Action: Data Analysis and Graphics with RBooks / physical books or multiple formats
This book will introduce you to the most important functions in the base R installation and more than 90 packages. The goal is practical application – how you can make sense of your data and communicate that understanding to others.
Now You See It: Simple Visualization Techniques for Quantitative AnalysisBooks / physical books or multiple formats
Now You See It teaches simple, practical means to explore and analyze quantitative data–techniques that rely primarily on using your eyes.