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[其他] In case you missed it: Septemer 2016 roundup

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泪痕づ 发表于 2016-10-8 03:45:42
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In case you missed them, here are some articles from September of particular interest to    Rusers.   
  The R-Ladies meetups and the Women in R Taskforce support    gender diversity in the R community.  
      Highlights from the Microsoft Data Science Summitinclude recordings of many presentations about R, and the keynote "The Future of Data Analysis" by Edward Tufte.  
  An R-based    fraud detection model scores credit card transactions in SQL Serverat a rate of 1 million records per second.  
  The    Financial Times uses R for quantitative journalism(and made some lovely animations comparing European football teams).   
  Part 3 in a series on    Deep Learning looks at combining CNNs with RNNs.  
  There were many    real-world applications of R presented at the EARL London conference, including    applications of Microsoft Rat Investec, British Car Auctions and Beazley Group.  
  Tips on choosing the    right data science toolfor a project.  
  Tidyverse: a collection of packages for working with data in R.  
  The    Linux Data Science Virtual Machinehas been upgraded with new tools including Microsoft R Server.  
      The Pirate's Guide to R: a video and 250-page e-book to learn the R language.  
  The    2016 O'Reilly Data Science Salary Surveyreveals the most-used tools are SQL (70%), R (57%) and Python (54%).  
  A simple    explanation of Convolutional Neural Networks.  
  A    template for building a predictive maintenance applicationwith SQL Server R Services.  
  The R Consortium awarded a grant of $10,000 to the    R Documentation Task Forceto design and build the next generation R documentation system.  
      Scaling R-based applicationswith DeployR grid nodes and slots.  
  An R package to    extract colour palettes from satellite imagery.  
  A guide for    porting SAS programs for financial data manipulation to R.  
  How to analyze basketball data and    create animations of player movements with R.  
  Create a more    perceptive heatmap colour scalewith the viridis package.  
  General interest stories (not related to R) in the past month included: how a    newspaper was printed in 1973, illusions caused by our    poor peripheral vision(), a    chart (to scale!) about climate change, a    happier version of the X Files theme, and a    short film about the creation of the universe.  
  As always, thanks for the comments and please send any suggestions to me at    [email protected] Don't forget you can follow the blog using an RSS reader, via     email using blogtrottr, or by following me on Twitter (I'm    @revodavid). You can find roundups of previous months here.
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