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ONLINE OPEN-ACCESS TEXTBOOKS Search form You are here Forecasting: principles and practice Rob J Hyndman George Athana­sopou­los Statistical foundations of machine learning Gianluca Bontempi Souhaib Ben Taieb Electric load forecasting: fundamentals and best practices Tao Hong David A. Modal logic of strict necessity and possibility Evgeni Latinov Applied biostatistical analysis using R Stephen B. Introduction to Computing : Explorations in Language, Logic, and Machines David Evans Over 100 Incredible Infographic Tools and Resources (Categorized) - DailyTekk This post is #6 in DailyTekk’s famous Top 100 series which explores the best startups, gadgets, apps, websites and services in a given category. Total items listed: 112. Time to compile: 8+ hours. Update: Be sure to check out our latest post on infographics: Infographics Are Everywhere – Here’s How to Make Yours Go Viral. I love a good infographic! You might also like: Post Navigation The Best Blogs and Websites about Infographics Visual.ly – Awesome community for creating and sharing infographics.Information Aesthetics – The relationship between design and information.Visualizing.org – Making sense of complex issues through data and design.Visual Complexity – A resource for the visualization of complex networks.Daily Infographic – A new infographic every day.GOOD Infographics – GOOD Magazine’s excellent infographics section.Information Is Beautiful – Ideas, issues, knowledge, data – visualized.Infographic of the Day – ... There’s more to this article!

Difference Between Data Mining VS Predictive Analytics VS Machine Learning etc If you are a beginner in data mining and want to become at least familiar with the main concepts and terminologies, maybe the first step would be to acquire a clear bird’s eye view about the whole domain – definition, inception, classification, influences, trends – but without diving into too deep and scholastic details. And, of course, you do that by searching on Internet and skimming whatever books you have at hand. You might say that one day would be more than enough to get an overall understanding about this domain. But you don’t have a clue about the trouble you’re getting into. This article wants to shed some light on this questions and present all these concepts in a very simple manner. Data Mining Definition Let’s quickly start with a definition, of course. Data Mining Inception Unfortunately, we don’t have a clear date to celebrate data mining birthday every year. The annual Bill of Mortality for London and its environs, 1665 Influences Here’s where the pain starts. What is KDD?

HoTT/book Probability and statistics EBook - Socr From Socr This is a General Statistics Curriculum E-Book, which includes Advanced-Placement (AP) materials. Preface This is an Internet-based probability and statistics E-Book. The materials, tools and demonstrations presented in this E-Book would be very useful for advanced-placement (AP) statistics educational curriculum. The E-Book is initially developed by the UCLA Statistics Online Computational Resource (SOCR). There are 4 novel features of this specific Statistics EBook. Format Follow the instructions in this page to expand, revise or improve the materials in this E-Book. Learning and Instructional Usage This section describes the means of traversing, searching, discovering and utilizing the SOCR Statistics EBook resources in both formal and informal learning setting. Copyrights The Probability and Statistics EBook is a freely and openly accessible electronic book developed by SOCR and the general community. Chapter I: Introduction to Statistics The Nature of Data and Variation Counting

Mining of Massive Datasets The book has now been published by Cambridge University Press. The publisher is offering a 20% discount to anyone who buys the hardcopy Here. By agreement with the publisher, you can still download it free from this page. Cambridge Press does, however, retain copyright on the work, and we expect that you will obtain their permission and acknowledge our authorship if you republish parts or all of it. --- Jure Leskovec, Anand Rajaraman (@anand_raj), and Jeff Ullman Download Version 2.1 The following is the second edition of the book, which we expect to be published soon. There is a revised Chapter 2 that treats map-reduce programming in a manner closer to how it is used in practice, rather than how it was described in the original paper. Version 2.1 adds Section 10.5 on finding overlapping communities in social graphs. Download the Latest Book (511 pages, approximately 3MB) Download chapters of the book: Download Version 1.0 Download the Book as Published (340 pages, approximately 2MB)

Glossary / Mathematics and statistics Statistics This glossary describes terms used in the achievement objectives of the statistics strand of the curriculum, as well as other related terms. Many of these terms have other meanings when used in other contexts. Terms in this glossary that appear in another description are italicised when they are used for the first time. In descriptions of terms from the probability thread, events are in bold. Some terms have equivalent names listed under ‘Alternative’, and closely related terms are listed under ‘See’. The terms provide references to levels in the statistics strand achievement objectives. Download the full glossary of terms:

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Universal Properties Previously in this series we’ve seen the definition of a category and a bunch of examples, basic properties of morphisms, and a first look at how to represent categories as types in ML. In this post we’ll expand these ideas and introduce the notion of a universal property. We’ll see examples from mathematics and write some programs which simultaneously prove certain objects have universal properties and construct the morphisms involved. A Grand Simple Thing One might go so far as to call universal properties the most important concept in category theory. Definition: An object in a category is called initial if for every object there is a unique morphism . is called final if for every object . In both cases, the existence of a unique morphism is the same as saying the relevant Hom set is a singleton (i.e., for initial objects , the Hom set consists of a single element). when In the single element set is final, but not initial; there is only one set-function to a single-element set. Proposition: If

Gapminder: Unveiling the beauty of statistics for a fact based world view. An R "meta" book by Joseph Rickert I am a book person. I collect books on all sorts of subjects that interest me and consequently I have a fairly extensive collection of R books, many of which I find to be of great value. Recently, however, while crawling around CRAN, it occurred to me that there is a tremendous amount of high quality material on a wide range of topics in the Contributed Documentation page that would make a perfect introduction to all sorts of people coming to R. The content column lists the topics that I think ought to be included in a good introductory probability and statistics textbook. Finally, I don’t mean to imply that the documents in my table are the best assembled in the Contributed Documentation page.

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