With this updated edition, you'll dive into: Exploratory data analysis Data and sampling distributions Statistical experiments and significance testing Regression and prediction Classification Statistical machine learning Unsupervised ...

Author: Peter Bruce

Publisher: O'Reilly Media

ISBN: 149207294X

Category: Computers

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Statistical methods are a key part of data science, yet few data scientists have formal statistical training. Courses and books on basic statistics rarely cover the topic from a data science perspective. The second edition of this practical guide--now including examples in Python as well as R--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 scientists use statistical methods but lack a deeper statistical perspective. If you're familiar with the R or Python programming languages, and have had some exposure to statistics but want to learn more, this quick reference bridges the gap in an accessible, readable format. With this updated edition, you'll dive into: Exploratory data analysis Data and sampling distributions Statistical experiments and significance testing Regression and prediction Classification Statistical machine learning Unsupervised learning

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 ...

Author: Peter Bruce

Publisher: O'Reilly Media

ISBN: 9781492072911

Category: Computers

Page: 368

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Statistical methods are a key part of data science, yet few data scientists have formal statistical training. Courses and books on basic statistics rarely cover the topic from a data science perspective. The second edition of this popular guide adds comprehensive examples in Python, provides practical guidance on applying 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 or Python programming languages 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

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 ...

Author: Peter Bruce

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 9781491952931

Category: Computers

Page: 318

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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

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 ...

Author: Peter C. Bruce

Publisher:

ISBN: 1491952954

Category: Big data

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"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"--Provided by publisher.

David Foster veranschaulicht die Funktionsweise jeder Methode, beginnend mit den Grundlagen des Deep Learning mit Keras, bevor er zu einigen der modernsten Algorithmen auf diesem Gebiet vorstößt.

Author: David Foster

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:1151051275

Category:

Page: 310

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Generative Modelle haben sich zu einem der spannendsten Themenbereiche der Künstlichen Intelligenz entwickelt: Mit generativem Deep Learning ist es inzwischen möglich, einer Maschine das Malen, Schreiben oder auch das Komponieren von Musik beizubringen - kreative Fähigkeiten, die bisher dem Menschen vorbehalten waren. Mit diesem praxisnahen Buch können Data Scientists einige der eindrucksvollsten generativen Deep-Learning-Modelle nachbilden wie z.B. Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs), Variational Autoencoder (VAEs), Encoder-Decoder- sowie World-Modelle. David Foster veranschaulicht die Funktionsweise jeder Methode, beginnend mit den Grundlagen des Deep Learning mit Keras, bevor er zu einigen der modernsten Algorithmen auf diesem Gebiet vorstößt. Die zahlreichen praktischen Beispiele und Tipps helfen dem Leser herauszufinden, wie seine Modelle noch effizienter lernen und noch kreativer werden können.

- Tariq Rashid hat eine besondere Fähigkeit, schwierige Konzepte verständlich zu erklären, dadurch werden Neuronale Netze für jeden Interessierten zugänglich und praktisch nachvollziehbar.

Author: Tariq Rashid

Publisher:

ISBN: 1492064041

Category:

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Neuronale Netze sind Schlüsselelemente des Deep Learning und der Künstlichen Intelligenz, die heute zu Erstaunlichem in der Lage sind. Dennoch verstehen nur wenige, wie Neuronale Netze tatsächlich funktionieren. Dieses Buch nimmt Sie mit auf eine unterhaltsame Reise, die mit ganz einfachen Ideen beginnt und Ihnen Schritt für Schritt zeigt, wie Neuronale Netze arbeiten. Dafür brauchen Sie keine tieferen Mathematik-Kenntnisse, denn alle mathematischen Konzepte werden behutsam und mit vielen Illustrationen erläutert. Dann geht es in die Praxis: Sie programmieren Ihr eigenes Neuronales Netz mit Python und bringen ihm bei, handgeschriebene Zahlen zu erkennen, bis es eine Performance wie ein professionell entwickeltes Netz erreicht. Zum Schluss lassen Sie das Netz noch auf einem Raspberry Pi Zero laufen. - Tariq Rashid hat eine besondere Fähigkeit, schwierige Konzepte verständlich zu erklären, dadurch werden Neuronale Netze für jeden Interessierten zugänglich und praktisch nachvollziehbar.

Making statistics—and statistical software—accessible and rewarding This book provides readers with step-by-step guidance on running a wide variety of statistical analyses in IBM® SPSS® Statistics, Stata, and other programs.

Author: David Kremelberg

Publisher: SAGE Publications, Incorporated

ISBN: 1412974941

Category: Social Science

Page: 528

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Making statistics—and statistical software—accessible and rewarding This book provides readers with step-by-step guidance on running a wide variety of statistical analyses in IBM® SPSS® Statistics, Stata, and other programs. Author David Kremelberg begins his user-friendly text by covering charts and graphs through regression, time-series analysis, and factor analysis. He provides a background of the method, then explains how to run these tests in IBM SPSS and Stata. He then progresses to more advanced kinds of statistics such as HLM and SEM, where he describes the tests and explains how to run these tests in their appropriate software including HLM and AMOS. This is an invaluable guide for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students across the social and behavioral sciences who need assistance in understanding the various statistical packages.

Long story short--Python is simply a high-priority data science tool. How Is This Book Different? The book focuses equally on the theoretical as well as practical aspects of data science.

Author: Ai Publishing

Publisher:

ISBN: 1734790113

Category:

Page: 188

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Statistics for Beginners in Data Science Statistical methods are an integral part of data science. Hence, a formal training in statistics is indispensable for data scientists. If you are keen on getting your foot into the lucrative data science and analysis universe, you need to have a fundamental understanding of statistical analysis. Besides, Python is a versatile programming language you need to master to become a career data scientist. As a data scientist, you will identify, clean, explore, analyze, and interpret trends or possible patterns in complex data sets. The explosive growth of Big Data means you have to manage enormous amounts of data, clean it, manipulate it, and process it. Only then the most relevant data can be used. Python is a natural data science tool as it has an assortment of useful libraries, such as Pandas, NumPy, SciPy, Matplotlib, Seaborn, StatsModels, IPython, and several more. And Python's focus on simplicity makes it relatively easy for you to learn. Importantly, the ease of performing repetitive tasks saves you precious time. Long story short--Python is simply a high-priority data science tool. How Is This Book Different? The book focuses equally on the theoretical as well as practical aspects of data science. You will learn how to implement elementary data science tools and algorithms from scratch. The book contains an in-depth theoretical and analytical explanation of all data science concepts and also includes dozens of hands-on, real-life projects that will help you understand the concepts better. The ready-to-access Python codes at various places right through the book are aimed at shortening your learning curve. The main goal is to present you with the concepts, the insights, the inspiration, and the right tools needed to dive into coding and analyzing data in Python. The main benefit of purchasing this book is you get quick access to all the extra content provided with this book--Python codes, exercises, references, and PDFs--on the publisher's website, at no extra price. You get to experiment with the practical aspects of Data Science right from page 1. Beginners in Python and statistics will find this book extremely informative, practical, and helpful. Even if you aren't new to Python and data science, you'll find the hands-on projects in this book immensely helpful. The topics covered include: Introduction to Statistics Getting Familiar with Python Data Exploration and Data Analysis Pandas, Matplotlib, and Seaborn for Statistical Visualization Exploring Two or More Variables and Categorical Data Statistical Tests and ANOVA Confidence Interval Regression Analysis Classification Analysis Click the BUY button and download the book now to start learning and coding Python for Data Science.

This text is designed for a one-semester junior/senior/graduate-level calculus-based course on probability and statistics, aimed specifically at data science students (including computer science).

Author: Norman Matloff

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1138393290

Category: Mathematical statistics

Page: 376

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Probability and Statistics for Data Science: Math + R + Data covers "math stat"--distributions, expected value, estimation etc.--but takes the phrase "Data Science" in the title quite seriously: * Real datasets are used extensively. * All data analysis is supported by R coding. * Includes many Data Science applications, such as PCA, mixture distributions, random graph models, Hidden Markov models, linear and logistic regression, and neural networks. * Leads the student to think critically about the "how" and "why" of statistics, and to "see the big picture." * Not "theorem/proof"-oriented, but concepts and models are stated in a mathematically precise manner. Prerequisites are calculus, some matrix algebra, and some experience in programming. Norman Matloffis a professor of computer science at the University of California, Davis, and was formerly a statistics professor there. He is on the editorial boards of the Journal of Statistical Software and The R Journal. His book Statistical Regression and Classification: From Linear Models to Machine Learningwas the recipient of the Ziegel Award for the best book reviewed in Technometricsin 2017. He is a recipient of his university's Distinguished Teaching Award. experience in programming. Norman Matloffis a professor of computer science at the University of California, Davis, and was formerly a statistics professor there. He is on the editorial boards of the Journal of Statistical Software and The R Journal. His book Statistical Regression and Classification: From Linear Models to Machine Learningwas the recipient of the Ziegel Award for the best book reviewed in Technometricsin 2017. He is a recipient of his university's Distinguished Teaching Award.

Starting from basics, this book carefully introduces those statistical methods and techniques that all students and researchers need to know. Written in an accessible style, the book divides into two parts.

Author: John Townend

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0471496650

Category: Science

Page: 276

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All students and researchers in environmental and biological sciences require statistical methods at some stage of their work. Many have a preconception that statistics are difficult and unpleasant and find that the textbooks available are difficult to understand. Practical Statistics for Environmental and Biological Scientists provides a concise, user-friendly, non-technical introduction to statistics. The book covers planning and designing an experiment, how to analyse and present data, and the limitations and assumptions of each statistical method. The text does not refer to a specific computer package but descriptions of how to carry out the tests and interpret the results are based on the approaches used by most of the commonly used packages, e.g. Excel, MINITAB and SPSS. Formulae are kept to a minimum and relevant examples are included throughout the text.

Get your statistics basics right before diving into the world of data scienceAbout This Book* No need to take a degree in statistics, read this book and get a strong statistics base for data science and real-world programs;* Implement ...

Author: James D. Miller

Publisher:

ISBN: 1788290674

Category: COMPUTERS

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Get your statistics basics right before diving into the world of data scienceAbout This Book* No need to take a degree in statistics, read this book and get a strong statistics base for data science and real-world programs;* Implement statistics in data science tasks such as data cleaning, mining, and analysis* Learn all about probability, statistics, numerical computations, and more with the help of R programsWho This Book Is ForThis book is intended for those developers who are willing to enter the field of data science and are looking for concise information of statistics with the help of insightful programs and simple explanation. Some basic hands on R will be useful.What You Will Learn* Analyze the transition from a data developer to a data scientist mindset* Get acquainted with the R programs and the logic used for statistical computations* Understand mathematical concepts such as variance, standard deviation, probability, matrix calculations, and more* Learn to implement statistics in data science tasks such as data cleaning, mining, and analysis* Learn the statistical techniques required to perform tasks such as linear regression, regularization, model assessment, boosting, SVMs, and working with neural networks* Get comfortable with performing various statistical computations for data science programmaticallyIn DetailData science is an ever-evolving field, which is growing in popularity at an exponential rate. Data science includes techniques and theories extracted from the fields of statistics; computer science, and, most importantly, machine learning, databases, data visualization, and so on.This book takes you through an entire journey of statistics, from knowing very little to becoming comfortable in using various statistical methods for data science tasks. It starts off with simple statistics and then move on to statistical methods that are used in data science algorithms. The R programs for statistical computation are clearly explained along with logic. You will come across various mathematical concepts, such as variance, standard deviation, probability, matrix calculations, and more. You will learn only what is required to implement statistics in data science tasks such as data cleaning, mining, and analysis. You will learn the statistical techniques required to perform tasks such as linear regression, regularization, model assessment, boosting, SVMs, and working with neural networks.By the end of the book, you will be comfortable with performing various statistical computations for data science programmatically.Style and approachStep by step comprehensive guide with real world examples

... Inbal Yahav, Nitin R. Patel, and Mia L. Ste‐phens) and Practical Statistics for Data Scientists (O'Reilly, 2nd ed., with Peter Gedeck and Andrew Bruce).

Author: Bill Franks

Publisher: O'Reilly Media

ISBN: 9781492072638

Category: Computers

Page: 346

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Most of the high-profile cases of real or perceived unethical activity in data science aren’t matters of bad intent. Rather, they occur because the ethics simply aren’t thought through well enough. Being ethical takes constant diligence, and in many situations identifying the right choice can be difficult. In this in-depth book, contributors from top companies in technology, finance, and other industries share experiences and lessons learned from collecting, managing, and analyzing data ethically. Data science professionals, managers, and tech leaders will gain a better understanding of ethics through powerful, real-world best practices. Articles include: Ethics Is Not a Binary Concept—Tim Wilson How to Approach Ethical Transparency—Rado Kotorov Unbiased ≠ Fair—Doug Hague Rules and Rationality—Christof Wolf Brenner The Truth About AI Bias—Cassie Kozyrkov Cautionary Ethics Tales—Sherrill Hayes Fairness in the Age of Algorithms—Anna Jacobson The Ethical Data Storyteller—Brent Dykes Introducing Ethicize™, the Fully AI-Driven Cloud-Based Ethics Solution!—Brian O’Neill Be Careful with "Decisions of the Heart"—Hugh Watson Understanding Passive Versus Proactive Ethics—Bill Schmarzo

masterpiece Elements of Statistical Learning (Springer). ... Peter Bruce and Andrew Bruce's 3 Practical Statistics for Data Scientists (O'Reilly) provides ...

Author: Daniel Vaughan

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 9781492060895

Category:

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While several market-leading companies have successfully transformed their business models by following data- and AI-driven paths, the vast majority have yet to reap the benefits. How can your business and analytics units gain a competitive advantage by capturing the full potential of this predictive revolution? This practical guide presents a battle-tested end-to-end method to help you translate business decisions into tractable prescriptive solutions using data and AI as fundamental inputs. Author Daniel Vaughan shows data scientists, analytics practitioners, and others interested in using AI to transform their businesses not only how to ask the right questions but also how to generate value using modern AI technologies and decision-making principles. You’ll explore several use cases common to many enterprises, complete with examples you can apply when working to solve your own issues. Break business decisions into stages that can be tackled using different skills from the analytical toolbox Identify and embrace uncertainty in decision making and protect against common human biases Customize optimal decisions to different customers using predictive and prescriptive methods and technologies Ask business questions that create high value through AI- and data-driven technologies

Then, head to Practical Statistics for Data Scientists, 2nd Edition (O'Reilly) by Peter Bruce et al. to apply them using R and Python.

Author: George Mount

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 9781492094296

Category:

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Data analytics may seem daunting, but if you're an experienced Excel user, you have a unique head start. With this hands-on guide, intermediate Excel users will gain a solid understanding of analytics and the data stack. By the time you complete this book, you'll be able to conduct exploratory data analysis and hypothesis testing using a programming language. Exploring and testing relationships are core to analytics. By using the tools and frameworks in this book, you'll be well positioned to continue learning more advanced data analysis techniques. Author George Mount, founder and CEO of Stringfest Analytics, demonstrates key statistical concepts with spreadsheets, then pivots your existing knowledge about data manipulation into R and Python programming. This practical book guides you through: Foundations of analytics in Excel: Use Excel to test relationships between variables and build compelling demonstrations of important concepts in statistics and analytics From Excel to R: Cleanly transfer what you've learned about working with data from Excel to R From Excel to Python: Learn how to pivot your Excel data chops into Python and conduct a complete data analysis

Statistics & Probability Letters, 1(6), pp. 327–332. 10. Bruce, P. and Bruce, A. (2017). Practical statistics for data scientists: 50 essential concepts.

Author: Asis Kumar Tripathy

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781000337884

Category: Computers

Page: 296

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Cognitive Computing is a new topic which aims to simulate human thought processes using computers that self-learn through data mining, pattern recognition, and natural language processing. This book focuses on the applications of Cognitive Computing in areas like Robotics, Blockchain, Deep Learning, and Wireless Technologies. This book covers the basics of Green Computing, discusses Cognitive Science methodologies in Robotics, Computer Science, Wireless Networks, and Deep Learning. It goes on to present empirical data and research techniques, modelling techniques and offers a data-driven approach to decision making and problem solving. This book is written for researchers, academicians, undergraduate and graduate students, and industry persons who are working on current applications of Cognitive Computing.

Modern data science is a unified discipline, and it is presented as such. This book is also an appropriate reference for researchers and entry-level graduate students who need to learn real-world analytics and expand their skill set.

Author: Field Cady

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119092940

Category: Mathematics

Page: 416

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A comprehensive overview of data science covering the analytics, programming, and business skills necessary to master the discipline Finding a good data scientist has been likened to hunting for a unicorn: the required combination of technical skills is simply very hard to find in one person. In addition, good data science is not just rote application of trainable skill sets; it requires the ability to think flexibly about all these areas and understand the connections between them. This book provides a crash course in data science, combining all the necessary skills into a unified discipline. Unlike many analytics books, computer science and software engineering are given extensive coverage since they play such a central role in the daily work of a data scientist. The author also describes classic machine learning algorithms, from their mathematical foundations to real-world applications. Visualization tools are reviewed, and their central importance in data science is highlighted. Classical statistics is addressed to help readers think critically about the interpretation of data and its common pitfalls. The clear communication of technical results, which is perhaps the most undertrained of data science skills, is given its own chapter, and all topics are explained in the context of solving real-world data problems. The book also features: • Extensive sample code and tutorials using Python™ along with its technical libraries • Core technologies of “Big Data,” including their strengths and limitations and how they can be used to solve real-world problems • Coverage of the practical realities of the tools, keeping theory to a minimum; however, when theory is presented, it is done in an intuitive way to encourage critical thinking and creativity • A wide variety of case studies from industry • Practical advice on the realities of being a data scientist today, including the overall workflow, where time is spent, the types of datasets worked on, and the skill sets needed The Data Science Handbook is an ideal resource for data analysis methodology and big data software tools. The book is appropriate for people who want to practice data science, but lack the required skill sets. This includes software professionals who need to better understand analytics and statisticians who need to understand software. Modern data science is a unified discipline, and it is presented as such. This book is also an appropriate reference for researchers and entry-level graduate students who need to learn real-world analytics and expand their skill set. FIELD CADY is the data scientist at the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence, where he develops tools that use machine learning to mine scientific literature. He has also worked at Google and several Big Data startups. He has a BS in physics and math from Stanford University, and an MS in computer science from Carnegie Mellon.

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Author: Vikram Dayal

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811520358

Category: Mathematics

Page: 326

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This book provides a contemporary treatment of quantitative economics, with a focus on data science. The book introduces the reader to R and RStudio, and uses expert Hadley Wickham’s tidyverse package for different parts of the data analysis workflow. After a gentle introduction to R code, the reader’s R skills are gradually honed, with the help of “your turn” exercises. At the heart of data science is data, and the book equips the reader to import and wrangle data, (including network data). Very early on, the reader will begin using the popular ggplot2 package for visualizing data, even making basic maps. The use of R in understanding functions, simulating difference equations, and carrying out matrix operations is also covered. The book uses Monte Carlo simulation to understand probability and statistical inference, and the bootstrap is introduced. Causal inference is illuminated using simulation, data graphs, and R code for applications with real economic examples, covering experiments, matching, regression discontinuity, difference-in-difference, and instrumental variables. The interplay of growth related data and models is presented, before the book introduces the reader to time series data analysis with graphs, simulation, and examples. Lastly, two computationally intensive methods—generalized additive models and random forests (an important and versatile machine learning method)—are introduced intuitively with applications. The book will be of great interest to economists—students, teachers, and researchers alike—who want to learn R. It will help economics students gain an intuitive appreciation of applied economics and enjoy engaging with the material actively, while also equipping them with key data science skills.

Department of Statistics, University of California. Bruce, P. and Bruce, A. (2017). Practical Statistics for Data Scientists: 50 Essential Concepts.

Author: Brad Boehmke

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781000730432

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 456

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Hands-on Machine Learning with R provides a practical and applied approach to learning and developing intuition into today’s most popular machine learning methods. This book serves as a practitioner’s guide to the machine learning process and is meant to help the reader learn to apply the machine learning stack within R, which includes using various R packages such as glmnet, h2o, ranger, xgboost, keras, and others to effectively model and gain insight from their data. The book favors a hands-on approach, providing an intuitive understanding of machine learning concepts through concrete examples and just a little bit of theory. Throughout this book, the reader will be exposed to the entire machine learning process including feature engineering, resampling, hyperparameter tuning, model evaluation, and interpretation. The reader will be exposed to powerful algorithms such as regularized regression, random forests, gradient boosting machines, deep learning, generalized low rank models, and more! By favoring a hands-on approach and using real word data, the reader will gain an intuitive understanding of the architectures and engines that drive these algorithms and packages, understand when and how to tune the various hyperparameters, and be able to interpret model results. By the end of this book, the reader should have a firm grasp of R’s machine learning stack and be able to implement a systematic approach for producing high quality modeling results. Features: · Offers a practical and applied introduction to the most popular machine learning methods. · Topics covered include feature engineering, resampling, deep learning and more. · Uses a hands-on approach and real world data.

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Author: S. L. R. Ellison

Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry

ISBN: 9780854041312

Category: Science

Page: 268

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"Completely revised and updated, the second edition contains new sections on method validation, measurement uncertainty, effective experimental design and proficiency testing."--pub. desc.

A. B. Bruce, Practical Statistics for Data Scientists: 50 Essential Concepts, New York: O'Reilly Publishing, 2017. [Carlberg2014] C. Carlberg, Decision ...

Author: Christopher Greco

Publisher: Stylus Publishing, LLC

ISBN: 9781683926467

Category: Computers

Page: 132

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Data analytics is creeping into the lexicon of our daily language. This book gives the reader a perspective as to the overall data analytics skill set, starting with a primer on statistics, and works toward the application of those methods. There are a variety of formulas and algorithms used in the data analytics process. These formulas can be plugged into whatever software application the reader uses to obtain the answer they need. There are several demonstrations of this process to provide straightforward instruction as to how to bring data analytics skills to your critical thinking. This book presents a variety of methods and techniques, as well as case studies, to enrich the knowledge of data analytics for project managers, systems engineers, and cybersecurity professionals. It separates the case studies so that each profession can practice some straightforward data analytics specific to their fields. The main purpose of this text is to refresh the statistical knowledge necessary to build models for data analytics. Along with that, this book encompasses the analytics thinking that is essential to all three professions. FEATURES: Provides straightforward instruction on data analytics methods Includes methods, techniques, and case studies for project managers, systems engineers, and cybersecurity professionals Refreshes the statistical knowledge needed to bring data analytics into your skillset and decision-making Focuses on getting readers up to speed quickly and efficiently to be able to see the impact of data analytics and analytical thinking