Veze, linkovi
Kompjuter biblioteka
Korpa

Preporučujemo

R Cookbook

R Cookbook

Learning Tableau

Learning Tableau

R - Birth Month by Gender - How R is used at Microsoft

Birth Month by Gender

Based on some feedback to a previous post I normalised the birth counts by the (average) number of days in each month. As pointed out by a reader, the results indicate a gradual increase in the number of conceptions during (northern hemisphere) Autumn and Winter, roughly up to the end of December. Normalising the data to give births per day also shifts the peak from August to September.

LINK.

How R is used at Microsoft

At the useR! conference last month, I was pleased to be able to give a couple of talks about the ways that Microsoft is using and integrating R. In my first talk,Hear, See, Move, I shared how data scientists at Microsoft are working to help the disabled:

LINK.

GREA: The RStudio Add-In to read ALL the data into R!

Have you also been overburdened by the vast selection of R packages to read different filetypes into R? Do you sometimes just want to get that .csv file up and running in your environment, but forgot about all those endless read.table() options?

LINK


 

         
Twitter Facebook Linkedin Pinterest Email
         

Budite prvi koji će ostaviti komentar.

Ostavite komentar Ostavite komentar

 

 

 

Veze, linkovi
Linkedin Twitter Facebook
 
     
 
© Sva prava pridržana, Kompjuter biblioteka, Beograd, Obalskih radnika 4a, Telefon: +381 11 252 0 272