Practical Data Science With R

Author by : Nina Zumel
Languange : en
Publisher by : Manning Publications
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Description : This invaluable addition to any data scientist's library shows you how to apply the R programming language and useful statistical techniques to everyday business situations as well as how to effectively present results to audiences of all levels. To answer the ever-increasing demand for machine learning and analysis, this new edition boasts additional R tools, modeling techniques, and more. Practical Data Science with R, Second Edition takes a practice-oriented approach to explaining basic principles in the ever-expanding field of data science. You'll jump right to real-world use cases as you apply the R programming language and statistical analysis techniques to carefully explained examples based in marketing, business intelligence, and decision support. Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications.


Data Science With R

Author by : Andrew Oleksy
Languange : en
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Description : A Step By Step Guide with Visual Illustrations and Examples The Data Science field is expected to continue growing rapidly over the next several years and Data Scientist is consistently rated as a top career.Data Science with R gives you the necessary theoretical background to start your Data Science journey and shows you how to apply the R programming language through practical examples in order to extract valuable knowledge from data. Professor Andrew Oleksy guides you through all important concepts of data science including the R programming language, Data Mining, Clustering, Classification and Prediction, Hadoop framework and more. Table of Contents Introduction to Data Mining Data Science Knowledge Discovery in Databases (KDD) Model Types Examples and Counterexamples Classification of Data Mining methods Applications Challenges The R Programming Language Basic Concepts, Definitions and Notations Tool Installation Introduction to R Data Types Basic Tasks Control Structures Functions Scoping Rules Iterated Functions Help from the console and Package Installation Types, Quality and Data Preprocessing Categories and Types of Variables Preprocessing processes dplyr and tidyr packages Summary Statistics and Visualization Measures of Position Measures of Dispersion Visualization of Qualitative Data Visualization of Quantitative Data Classification and Prediction Classification Prediction Overfitting and Regularization Clustering Unsupervised Learning Concept of Cluster K-means algorithm Hierarchical Clustering Algorithms DBSCAN Algorithm Mining of Frequent Itemsets and Association Rules Introduction Theoretical Background Apriori Algorithm Frequent Itemsets Types Positive and Negative Border of Frequent Itemsets Association Rules Mining Alternative Methods for Large Itemsets generation FP-Growth Algorithm Arules Package Computational Methods for Big Data Analysis (Hadoop and MapReduce) Introduction Advantages of Hadoop's Distributed File System Hadoop Users Hadoop Architecture The Hadoop Cluster Architecture Hadoop Java API List Loops & Generic Classes and Methods


Practical Data Science

Author by : Andreas François Vermeulen
Languange : en
Publisher by : Apress
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Description : Learn how to build a data science technology stack and perform good data science with repeatable methods. You will learn how to turn data lakes into business assets. The data science technology stack demonstrated in Practical Data Science is built from components in general use in the industry. Data scientist Andreas Vermeulen demonstrates in detail how to build and provision a technology stack to yield repeatable results. He shows you how to apply practical methods to extract actionable business knowledge from data lakes consisting of data from a polyglot of data types and dimensions. What You'll Learn Become fluent in the essential concepts and terminology of data science and data engineering Build and use a technology stack that meets industry criteria Master the methods for retrieving actionable business knowledge Coordinate the handling of polyglot data types in a data lake for repeatable results Who This Book Is For Data scientists and data engineers who are required to convert data from a data lake into actionable knowledge for their business, and students who aspire to be data scientists and data engineers


R Data Mining

Author by : Andrea Cirillo
Languange : en
Publisher by : Packt Publishing Ltd
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Description : Mine valuable insights from your data using popular tools and techniques in R About This Book Understand the basics of data mining and why R is a perfect tool for it. Manipulate your data using popular R packages such as ggplot2, dplyr, and so on to gather valuable business insights from it. Apply effective data mining models to perform regression and classification tasks. Who This Book Is For If you are a budding data scientist, or a data analyst with a basic knowledge of R, and want to get into the intricacies of data mining in a practical manner, this is the book for you. No previous experience of data mining is required. What You Will Learn Master relevant packages such as dplyr, ggplot2 and so on for data mining Learn how to effectively organize a data mining project through the CRISP-DM methodology Implement data cleaning and validation tasks to get your data ready for data mining activities Execute Exploratory Data Analysis both the numerical and the graphical way Develop simple and multiple regression models along with logistic regression Apply basic ensemble learning techniques to join together results from different data mining models Perform text mining analysis from unstructured pdf files and textual data Produce reports to effectively communicate objectives, methods, and insights of your analyses In Detail R is widely used to leverage data mining techniques across many different industries, including finance, medicine, scientific research, and more. This book will empower you to produce and present impressive analyses from data, by selecting and implementing the appropriate data mining techniques in R. It will let you gain these powerful skills while immersing in a one of a kind data mining crime case, where you will be requested to help resolving a real fraud case affecting a commercial company, by the mean of both basic and advanced data mining techniques. While moving along the plot of the story you will effectively learn and practice on real data the various R packages commonly employed for this kind of tasks. You will also get the chance of apply some of the most popular and effective data mining models and algos, from the basic multiple linear regression to the most advanced Support Vector Machines. Unlike other data mining learning instruments, this book will effectively expose you the theory behind these models, their relevant assumptions and when they can be applied to the data you are facing. By the end of the book you will hold a new and powerful toolbox of instruments, exactly knowing when and how to employ each of them to solve your data mining problems and get the most out of your data. Finally, to let you maximize the exposure to the concepts described and the learning process, the book comes packed with a reproducible bundle of commented R scripts and a practical set of data mining models cheat sheets. Style and approach This book takes a practical, step-by-step approach to explain the concepts of data mining. Practical use-cases involving real-world datasets are used throughout the book to clearly explain theoretical concepts.


Practical Data Science Cookbook

Author by : Prabhanjan Tattar
Languange : en
Publisher by : Packt Publishing Ltd
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Total Read : 86
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Description : Over 85 recipes to help you complete real-world data science projects in R and Python About This Book Tackle every step in the data science pipeline and use it to acquire, clean, analyze, and visualize your data Get beyond the theory and implement real-world projects in data science using R and Python Easy-to-follow recipes will help you understand and implement the numerical computing concepts Who This Book Is For If you are an aspiring data scientist who wants to learn data science and numerical programming concepts through hands-on, real-world project examples, this is the book for you. Whether you are brand new to data science or you are a seasoned expert, you will benefit from learning about the structure of real-world data science projects and the programming examples in R and Python. What You Will Learn Learn and understand the installation procedure and environment required for R and Python on various platforms Prepare data for analysis by implement various data science concepts such as acquisition, cleaning and munging through R and Python Build a predictive model and an exploratory model Analyze the results of your model and create reports on the acquired data Build various tree-based methods and Build random forest In Detail As increasing amounts of data are generated each year, the need to analyze and create value out of it is more important than ever. Companies that know what to do with their data and how to do it well will have a competitive advantage over companies that don't. Because of this, there will be an increasing demand for people that possess both the analytical and technical abilities to extract valuable insights from data and create valuable solutions that put those insights to use. Starting with the basics, this book covers how to set up your numerical programming environment, introduces you to the data science pipeline, and guides you through several data projects in a step-by-step format. By sequentially working through the steps in each chapter, you will quickly familiarize yourself with the process and learn how to apply it to a variety of situations with examples using the two most popular programming languages for data analysis—R and Python. Style and approach This step-by-step guide to data science is full of hands-on examples of real-world data science tasks. Each recipe focuses on a particular task involved in the data science pipeline, ranging from readying the dataset to analytics and visualization


R Graphics Essentials For Great Data Visualization

Author by : Alboukadel Kassambara
Languange : en
Publisher by : STHDA
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Description : Data visualization is one of the most important part of data science. Many books and courses present a catalogue of graphics but they don't teach you which charts to use according to the type of the data. In this book, we start by presenting the key graphic systems and packages available in R, including R base graphs, lattice and ggplot2 plotting systems. Next, we provide more than 200 practical examples to create great graphics for the right data using either the ggplot2 package and extensions or the traditional R graphics. With this book, you 'll learn: - How to quickly create beautiful graphics using ggplot2 packages - How to properly customize and annotate the plots - Type of graphics for visualizing categorical and continuous variables - How to add automatically p-values to box plots, bar plots and alternatives - How to add marginal density plots and correlation coefficients to scatter plots - Key methods for analyzing and visualizing multivariate data - R functions and packages for plotting time series data - How to combine multiple plots on one page to create production-quality figures.


Practical Data Science With Sap

Author by : Greg Foss
Languange : en
Publisher by : "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
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Description : Learn how to fuse today's data science tools and techniques with your SAP enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. With this practical guide, SAP veterans Greg Foss and Paul Modderman demonstrate how to use several data analysis tools to solve interesting problems with your SAP data. Data engineers and scientists will explore ways to add SAP data to their analysis processes, while SAP business analysts will learn practical methods for answering questions about the business. By focusing on grounded explanations of both SAP processes and data science tools, this book gives data scientists and business analysts powerful methods for discovering deep data truths. You'll explore: Examples of how data analysis can help you solve several SAP challenges Natural language processing for unlocking the secrets in text Data science techniques for data clustering and segmentation Methods for detecting anomalies in your SAP data Data visualization techniques for making your data come to life


Practical Statistics For Data Scientists

Author by : Peter Bruce
Languange : en
Publisher by : "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
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Description : Statistical methods are a key part of of data science, yet very few data scientists have any formal statistics training. Courses and books on basic statistics rarely cover the topic from a data science perspective. This practical guide explains how to apply various statistical methods to data science, tells you how to avoid their misuse, and gives you advice on what's important and what's not. Many data science resources incorporate statistical methods but lack a deeper statistical perspective. If you’re familiar with the R programming language, and have some exposure to statistics, this quick reference bridges the gap in an accessible, readable format. With this book, you’ll learn: Why exploratory data analysis is a key preliminary step in data science How random sampling can reduce bias and yield a higher quality dataset, even with big data How the principles of experimental design yield definitive answers to questions How to use regression to estimate outcomes and detect anomalies Key classification techniques for predicting which categories a record belongs to Statistical machine learning methods that “learn” from data Unsupervised learning methods for extracting meaning from unlabeled data


Data Science For Immunologists

Author by : Niclas Thomas
Languange : en
Publisher by :
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Description : Data science is a complex subject, but nevertheless one that can be made accessible to all through clear, intuitive explanations and worked examples. Existing software that forms the backbone of an immunologist's analytical toolkit (such as FlowJo and Prism) are expensive, inflexible and promotes a narrow mindset when it comes to analysing your data. On the other hand, the Python and R programming languages are open source, free and entirely customisable, giving the user the ability to implement any analysis they wish. Although programming languages can seem daunting to the uninitiated, it's far easier to learn than many immunologists may think. Rather than seeking to become an expert programmer, an understanding of the main concepts is more than enough to conduct your own bespoke analyses when coupled with a sound mathematical and statistical understanding. Our new book focusses on the practical aspects of data science, providing sufficient theoretical background without delving into all of the details of each of the methods presented. Introductory chapters are presented alongside the analysis of a publicly available data set, allowing the reader to have practical hands-on experience when learning about important concepts in statistics, machine learning and programming. Topics include: - How to build a predictive model How to visualise high-dimensional data Basics of programming in Python and R What techniques exist to cluster data Which statistics test to use/why/when What is dimension reduction; when and how to use it Once these fundamental topics have been covered, a number of case studies are presented, along with the underlying data, accompanying code and full explanations on topics such as automated, data-driven flow cytometry, building predictive models of disease using gene expression profiling and analysing high throughput sequencing data.


Practical Machine Learning

Author by : Sunila Gollapudi
Languange : en
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Description : Tackle the real-world complexities of modern machine learning with innovative, cutting-edge, techniquesAbout This Book- Fully-coded working examples using a wide range of machine learning libraries and tools, including Python, R, Julia, and Spark- Comprehensive practical solutions taking you into the future of machine learning- Go a step further and integrate your machine learning projects with HadoopWho This Book Is ForThis book has been created for data scientists who want to see machine learning in action and explore its real-world application. With guidance on everything from the fundamentals of machine learning and predictive analytics to the latest innovations set to lead the big data revolution into the future, this is an unmissable resource for anyone dedicated to tackling current big data challenges. Knowledge of programming (Python and R) and mathematics is advisable if you want to get started immediately.What You Will Learn- Implement a wide range of algorithms and techniques for tackling complex data- Get to grips with some of the most powerful languages in data science, including R, Python, and Julia- Harness the capabilities of Spark and Hadoop to manage and process data successfully- Apply the appropriate machine learning technique to address real-world problems- Get acquainted with Deep learning and find out how neural networks are being used at the cutting-edge of machine learning- Explore the future of machine learning and dive deeper into polyglot persistence, semantic data, and moreIn DetailFinding meaning in increasingly larger and more complex datasets is a growing demand of the modern world. Machine learning and predictive analytics have become the most important approaches to uncover data gold mines. Machine learning uses complex algorithms to make improved predictions of outcomes based on historical patterns and the behaviour of data sets. Machine learning can deliver dynamic insights into trends, patterns, and relationships within data, immensely valuable to business growth and development.This book explores an extensive range of machine learning techniques uncovering hidden tricks and tips for several types of data using practical and real-world examples. While machine learning can be highly theoretical, this book offers a refreshing hands-on approach without losing sight of the underlying principles. Inside, a full exploration of the various algorithms gives you high-quality guidance so you can begin to see just how effective machine learning is at tackling contemporary challenges of big data.This is the only book you need to implement a whole suite of open source tools, frameworks, and languages in machine learning. We will cover the leading data science languages, Python and R, and the underrated but powerful Julia, as well as a range of other big data platforms including Spark, Hadoop, and Mahout. Practical Machine Learning is an essential resource for the modern data scientists who want to get to grips with its real-world application.With this book, you will not only learn the fundamentals of machine learning but dive deep into the complexities of real world data before moving on to using Hadoop and its wider ecosystem of tools to process and manage your structured and unstructured data.You will explore different machine learning techniques for both supervised and unsupervised learning; from decision trees to Naive Bayes classifiers and linear and clustering methods, you will learn strategies for a truly advanced approach to the statistical analysis of data. The book also explores the cutting-edge advancements in machine learning, with worked examples and guidance on deep learning and reinforcement learning, providing you with practical demonstrations and samples that help take the theory-and mystery-out of even the most advanced machine learning methodologies.Style and approachA practical data science tutorial designed to give you an insight into the practical application of machine learning, this book takes you through complex concepts and tasks in an accessible way. Featuring information on a wide range of data science techniques, Practical Machine Learning is a comprehensive data science resource.