Practical Data Science with R: Educational and Readable

A book review of Practical Data Science with R by John Mount and Nina Zumel John Mount and Nina Zumel, co-founders of a San Francisco-based data science consulting firm, showed their knowledge of R and data science in their new free book Practical Data Science with R. Published through Manning Publications as a free informational source, Practical Data Science with R is both simple and detailed, rudimentary and complex. It presents knowledge that is the subject of advanced University courses or detailed training within a company, but handles that knowledge with an ease not often seen in books about programming languages. The book has five chapters, covering topics ranging from time series to deep learning and even text mining. The topics are meant to be introductory but provide ample time to…


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