Data Analysis with Open Source Tools - O'Reilly Media. • The underlying properties of data• The ways to represent the current status of the data• The criteria to select relevant data and attributes• The algorithms to analyze the selected data and attributes• The ways to report the conclusions of the performed data analysis.
The author Philipp K. Janert takes a designer approach rather than an implementer approach. That means that you will gain important suggestions and tips to propose a plan for data analysis, instead of how to build an entire or partial information infrastructure using open source tools like Python, R, PostgreSQL and Weka. Then, for some developers the lack of full programming constructs may be disappointing. However, I feel that Philipp K. Despite the implementer approach is not fully covered, you'll be able to understand how the analytical demands can be satisfied using specifically the programming languages Python and R given its speed of execution, numerical analysis capabilities and cross-platform support.
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