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Famous and Very Useful Pre-Installed Exercise Datasets in R

As most of you surely know, R has many exercise datasets already installed. That simply means, as soon as you installed R Base, which includes the library ‘datasets’, you have ample opportunity to explore R with real world data frames. For me as course content creator those datasets help tremendously, because with them I can 

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Machine Learning – The Pinnacle of Modern Statistics!

In my consulting work, during research or while answering student questions, the topic of machine learning pops up constantly. Unfortunately, there are some misconceptions concerning this topic. In this article I am going to explain what machine learning actually is and how you can benefit from those tools. Machine learning is a collection of modern 

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Proprietary vs. Open Source Analytics Software – Which one should I choose?

When it comes to analytics software and languages you will sooner or later have to decide which one you will use. There are dozens of tools available, some more in demand than others. As a data scientist you will find R and Python as popular open source statistical packages. On the proprietary side, you will find products like SPSS, Matlab, Stata or SAS. Since it 

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Social Media Analysis in R

Lately I am receiving more and more requests about R and social media analysis. Therefore, I am creating a whole video tutorial on this topic. If you use R’s social media mining tools in a proper way, you can do some very powerful things when it comes to marketing or even investing. This application of 

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What is Udemy? – How does R Tutorials Provide its Products?

Why is it good to learn via Udemy? Udemy is an online tutoring platform where tutors upload videos and learning materials. R Tutorials cooperates with Udemy and offers its R and Excel tutorials via this platform. R Tutorials offers several full teaching tutorials at Udemy. Among those videos you may also find the 2+hr free ‘R Basics’ course including exercises 

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The three main ways to produce graphs in R – Data Visualization in R

Data Visualization in R If you are performing statistical analysis, data visualization is an inherent part of it. There is no quality data analysis software without visualization tools. We all know Microsoft Excel and we also know those pie and bar charts we can create quite easily with Excel. If somebody without any analysis background 

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