The reticulate package allows R and Python to work together — here’s a tutorial
There was once a business executive who kept coming home troubled and distracted. His partner asked him one evening, “What’s the matter? Something’s worrying you.”. “There’s so much data”, he replied, “and I can’t understand it or get my head around it.” “You could try hiring a data scientist”, suggested his partner. So he did just that. Six months later he was still coming home troubled, and when his partner inquired again what was up, he replied: “There’s so much data, and I can’t understand what my data scientist is telling me about it”.
I struggled to keep it to ten last time, so here’s ten more for you
Introducing a fun, experimental package that allows you to compose simple musical tunes and play them in your R session
There’s no end of opportunities for Data Scientists out there — you should reflect on how your current situation stacks up
D3 is the most flexible data visualization tool available and allows you to create great data storytelling illustrations
A great little learning exercise that illustrates the range and flexibility of the R language
The things they never tell you in statistics classes
It’s a lot easier than you think, and there’s some questionable Seventies music too!
With the right process, you can keep it in check