Practical Data Science with R, 2/e

Author: Nina Zumel, John Mount

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Summary

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.

About the technology

Evidence-based decisions are crucial to success. Applying the right data analysis techniques to your carefully curated business data helps you make accurate predictions, identify trends, and spot trouble in advance. The R data analysis platform provides the tools you need to tackle day-to-day data analysis and machine learning tasks efficiently and effectively.

About the book

Practical Data Science with R, Second Edition is a task-based tutorial that leads readers through dozens of useful, data analysis practices using the R language. By concentrating on the most important tasks you’ll face on the job, this friendly guide is comfortable both for business analysts and data scientists. Because data is only useful if it can be understood, you’ll also find fantastic tips for organizing and presenting data in tables, as well as snappy visualizations.

What's inside

Statistical analysis for business pros
Effective data presentation
The most useful R tools
Interpreting complicated predictive models

About the reader

You’ll need to be comfortable with basic statistics and have an introductory knowledge of R or another high-level programming language.

About the Author

Nina Zumel co-founded Win-Vector, a data science consulting firm in San Francisco. She holds a PH.D. in robotics from Carnegie Mellon and was a content developer for EMC's Data Science and Big Data Analytics Training Course. Nina also contributes to the Win-Vector Blog, which covers topics in statistics, probability, computer science, mathematics and optimization.

John Mount co-founded Win-Vector, a data science consulting firm in San Francisco. He has a Ph.D. in computer science from Carnegie Mellon and over 15 years of applied experience in biotech research, online advertising, price optimization and finance. He contributes to the Win-Vector Blog, which covers topics in statistics, probability, computer science, mathematics and optimization.

Author
Nina Zumel, John Mount
Binding
Paperback
Condition Type
New
Country Origin
USA
Edition
2
Gift Wrap
Yes
Leadtime to ship in days (default)
Usually ships in 25-30 days
Page
483
Publisher
Manning Publications
Year
2019
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