R Statistics Blog

Data Science From R Programmers Point Of View

Welcome to rstatisticsblog.com

This website is designed to serve as a self-help guide to those who seek to gain knowledge on topics related to statistical computing, machine learning, R programming concepts, predictive modeling, forecasting, and data visualization.

Here, you will find articles in chronological order, with reproducible R code and examples. The goal is to help you understand how to apply the data science concepts without the use of never-ending theory and fancy math. That is why all the articles are pretty straightforward, simple and include clear examples covering concepts of #rstats, #rstatistics, and #DataScience.

Structure of the website/book

The website is broken down into five sections.

  • R Programming Tutorial- If you are entirely new to R, this section is a perfect place to start
  • Data Science In Action - Under this section we will be covering concepts from the following two fields
    • Statistics - These concepts will enable you to summarize, draw conclusions, and make a reliable forecast to improve business activities
    • Machine Learning Algorithms - We will be covering a gamut of supervised and unsupervised algorithms
  • Visualization - This section will enable you to showcase effective storytelling through data visualization
  • Other Useful Techniques - Techniques like variable selection, model tuning, pre-processing, and parallel processing are some example topics which we intend to cover in this section.
  • Assignments for practice
Last updated on 11 Nov 2019
Published on 17 Dec 2018
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