R-Bloggers

  • !Forecasting in NYC: 25-27 June 2018
    In late June, I will be in New York to teach my 3-day workshop on Forecasting using R. Tickets are available at Eventbrite.This is the first time I’ve taught this workshop in the US, having previously run it in the Netherlands and Australia. It ..…
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  • !Mapping earthquakes off the Irish Coast using the leaflet package in R
    Ireland is a typically stable region from a seismic activity perspective as it is distant from major plate boundaries where subduction and sea-floor spreading occur. However, in reading the following article, I was surprised to discover that earthqua…
    - 20 hours ago 22 Apr 18, 11:09am -
  • Predatory Journals and R
    - My paper about the penetration of predatory journals in Brazil, Is predatory publishing a real threat? Evidence from a large database study, just got published in Scientometrics!. The working paper version is available in SSRN.This is…
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  • Update: Can we predict flu outcome with Machine Learning in R?
    Since I migrated my blog from Github Pages to blogdown and Netlify, I wanted to start migrating (most of) my old posts too - and use that opportunity to update them and make sure the code still works.Here I am updating my very first machine learning…
    - 1 day ago 22 Apr 18, 12:00am -
  • Sketchnotes from TWiML&AI #121: Reproducibility and the Philosophy of Data with Clare Gollnick
    These are my sketchnotes for Sam Charrington’s podcast This Week in Machine Learning and AI about Reproducibility and the Philosophy of Data with Clare Gollnick:Sketchnotes from TWiMLAI talk #121: Reproducibility and the Philosophy of Data with C…
    - 1 day ago 22 Apr 18, 12:00am -

High Scalability

Dataquest.io

Revolutions

  • AI, Machine Learning and Data Science Roundup: April 2018
    A monthly roundup of news about Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Data Science. This is an eclectic collection of interesting blog posts, software announcements and data applications I've noted over the past month or so. Open Source AI, M…
    - 3 days ago 20 Apr 18, 1:23pm -
  • Uber overtakes taxis in New York City
    In an update to his analysis of taxi and ride-share trips, Todd Schnieder reports that the number of daily Uber rides exceeds the number of taxi rides in New York City, as of November 2017. The data is provided by the New York Taxi and Limousine Comm…
    - 5 days ago 18 Apr 18, 3:52pm -
  • News from the R Consortium
    The R Consortium has been quite busy lately, so I thought I'd take a moment to bring you up to speed on some recent news. (Disclosure: Microsoft is a member of the R Consortium, and I am a member of its board of directors.) Many R Consortium funded p…
    - 6 days ago 16 Apr 18, 8:52pm -
  • Because it's Friday: The borders have changed. Film at 11.
    There's a lot of stupidity in the US news these days, but at least these reviews of bad maps on TV are amusing rather than infuriating. (Click through to see the entire thread.) That's Iran in the first image by the way, although I confess I did have…
    - 9 days ago 13 Apr 18, 8:00pm -
  • The case for R, for AI developers
    I had a great time this week at the Qcon.ai conference in San Francisco, where I had the pleasure of presenting to an audience of mostly Java and Python developers. It's unfortunate that videos won't be available for a while, because there were some…
    - 10 days ago 12 Apr 18, 9:40pm -

Data Analytics and R

  • !Book Memo: “Analysis of Repeated Measures Data”
    This book presents a broad range of statistical techniques to address emerging needs in the field of repeated measures. It …Continue reading →
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  • !Book Memo: “Iterative Learning Control for Multi-agent Systems Coordination”
    A timely guide using iterative learning control (ILC) as a solution for multi-agent systems (MAS) challenges, showcasing recent advances and …Continue reading →
    - 1 hour ago 23 Apr 18, 6:07am -
  • !If you did not already know
    Convolutional Neural Network – Support Vector Machine (CNN-SVM) Convolutional neural networks (CNNs) are similar to ‘ordinary’ neural networks in the …Continue reading →
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  • !Magister Dixit
    “Essentially, all models are wrong, but some are useful.” George Box
    - 5 hours ago 23 Apr 18, 2:03am -
  • !R Packages worth a look
    Get Network Representation of an R Package (pkgnet)Tools from the domain of graph theory can be used to quantify the …Continue reading →
    - 11 hours ago 22 Apr 18, 8:21pm -

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The HortonWorks Blog

  • INTRODUCING THE 2018 DATA HERO NOMINEES – EMEA!
    Early last year we announced the Hortonworks Data Heroes initiative. It’s our way of recognizing the Data Visionaries, Data Scientists, and Data Architects transforming their businesses and organizations through Big Data. Hortonworks has over 1…
    - 11 days ago 12 Apr 18, 6:30pm -
  • Access data anywhere using Db2 Big SQL’s Federation
    Guest Author: Nagapriya Tiruthani, Offering Manager, IBM Db2 Big SQL Rules of the game for data analytics have changed. Data is no longer only available in relational databases. With data flowing in from various sources like IoT sensors, clickstream,…
    - 11 days ago 12 Apr 18, 1:30pm -
  • How Big Data Brings Value to Audi & Klarna
    We’re about a week away from DataWorks Summit Berlin (April 16-19)! We have a number of impressive keynote and breakout speakers lined up. These speakers include Erik Zeitler and Per Ullberg from Klarna, and Carsten Herbe and Matthias Graunitz fr…
    - 11 days ago 11 Apr 18, 8:06pm -
  • The Challenges of Global Data Management
    Here's how businesses can best address their increasing global data management challenges and solidly position their companies for future growth.The post The Challenges of Global Data Management appeared first on Hortonworks.
    - 12 days ago 10 Apr 18, 7:35pm -
  • Security, Governance, and Real-Time Insights in Financial Services
    We’re less than two weeks away from DataWorks Summit Berlin (April 16-19)! We have a number of impressive keynote and breakout speakers lined up. These speakers include Ian Pillay and Bradley Smith from Standard Bank, and Jeroen Wolffensperger an…
    - 13 days ago 10 Apr 18, 2:00pm -

PyImageSearch

  • Keras and Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs)
    Today’s blog post is part two in a three-part series on building a complete end-to-end image classification + deep learning application: Part 1: How to (quickly) build a deep learning image dataset Part 2: Keras and Convolutional Neural Networks (t…
    - 7 days ago 16 Apr 18, 2:00pm -
  • How to (quickly) build a deep learning image dataset
    When I was a kid, I was a huge Pokemon nerd. I collected the trading cards, played the Game Boy games, and watched the TV show. If it involved Pokemon, I was probably interested in it. Pokemon made a lasting impression on me — and looking back, Pok…
    - 14 days ago 9 Apr 18, 2:00pm -
  • (Faster) Facial landmark detector with dlib
    Back in September 2017, Davis King released v19.7 of dlib — and inside the release notes you’ll find a short, inconspicuous bullet point on dlib’s new 5-point facial landmark detector: Added a 5 point face landmarking model that is over 10x sma…
    - 21 days ago 2 Apr 18, 2:00pm -
  • An interview with Kwabena Agyeman, co-creator of OpenMV and microcontroller expert
    After publishing last week’s blog post on reading barcodes with Python and OpenMV, I received a lot of emails from readers asking questions about embedded computer vision and how microcontrollers can be used for computer vision. Instead of trying t…
    - 26 days ago 28 Mar 18, 2:00pm -
  • An interview with David Austin: 1st place and $25,000 in Kaggle’s most popular image classification competition
    In today’s blog post, I interview David Austin, who, with his teammate, Weimin Wang, took home 1st place (and $25,000) in Kaggle’s Iceberg Classifier Challenge. David and Weimin’s winning solution can be practically used to allow safer navigati…
    - 28 days ago 26 Mar 18, 2:00pm -

Walking Randomly