Data Links #21

Brief reminder: the weekly Data Links article is the place where I gather all the links involving data science (and some other unrelated topics) that I found interesting during last week. Unless there is some major disruption, you can expect to find it every Monday (time might vary) here.

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Data Links #18

  • Here you have a new data analysis competition, this time brought to us by DrivenData: Naive Bees Classifier. From the competition description: Metis wants to know: using images from BeeSpotter can you identify a bee as a honey bee or a bumble bee? These bees have different behaviors and appearances ...

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Data Links #16

  • Are you a user of the amazing R caret package? Do you sometimes wonder why, when you use svmRadial or svmLinear (or an SVM with any other kernel), the result changes a bit (or a lot) depending on the logical control variable classProbs? Here is your answer, written by no ...

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From wide to long format in one line of R

Date Tags R / data

A Spanish journalist friend told me his following problem: he had a dataset of longitudinal data (say, 10 years, one data point per year) for several countries. While gathering the data, he chose a wide structure: a column for the country name and a column for each year of data ...

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