One of the key ways data scientists explore data is using the R programming language. Today I want to talk about a short course I took this summer that covered the basics of R programming, including data structures supported by R, control structures, functions and debugging techniques. 322 more words

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#### A Summer of Learning: mySQL

As many have pointed out, data scientists need raw data to be stored so that it can be accessed. In my last two blogs, I talked about what I’ve been learning in my short Tableau summer courses to visualize data. 187 more words

#### On the Nonadditivity of Correlation Coefficients Part 2: Fisher Transformations

This is Part 2 of a tutorial series on the nonadditivity of correlation coefficients. This time we discuss Fisher *r*-to-*Z* and *Z*-to- 42 more words

#### MACC CALL TO ACTION! ESSA Federal Grant Hearing

**MACC CALL TO ACTION: ESSA Federal Grant Hearing**

**MDE’s DANGEROUS STATE PLAN for ESSA Act FEDERAL GRANT**

**LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE HEARING**

**Wednesday, July 19, 2017, 1:00 – 3:00pm, Room 5, State Office Building, St.** 765 more words

#### Simple Linear Regression & Correlation Calculator

This is a new Minerazzi tool available now at

http://www.minerazzi.com/tools/regression-correlation/calculator.php

The tool does simple linear regression and correlation analyses, computing Spearman and Pearson correlation coefficients and other relevant statistics. 26 more words

#### Data mining, Dada and Defacebook: resources and resourcefulness

Following my post Ore, of 8th July, an engaging conversation today about data monitoring and data mining has rekindled an interest in the somewhat fatuous thought that this is perhaps the most active area of mining in the UK today! 568 more words