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It is common practice to use a sample of production data in tests. Examples are:
* Sanity Test: Feed a sample of production data into your system to see if anything fails. * A/B Test: Take a large chunk of production data, run it through the current and new versions of your system, and diff the outputs for inspection.
Today, we are proud to announce the public release of the largest-ever machine learning dataset to the research community. The dataset stands at a massive ~110B events (13.5TB uncompressed) of anonymized user-news item interaction data, collected by recording the user-news item interactions of about 20M users from February 2015 to May 2015.
The International Business Communication Standards (IBCS or IBCS Standards) are practical proposals for the design of reports and presentations, meaning, in most cases, the proper conceptual, perceptual and semantic design of charts and tables.
In the epic poem Rime of the Ancient Mariner, Samuel Taylor Coleridge states, “Water, water, everywhere, nor any a drop to drink.” Indeed, some would say the same about data. Data appear to be everywhere yet only a fraction are analyzed. There are several arguments as to why but one that has reached the concern of the White House is data accessibility. However, this is rapidly changing as growth in technology and resources are quickly opening the doors of many data vaults to the masses. We, the public minions, now have access to a wide range of data; from social, financial, government, and ecommerce data to geospatial, search engine, and even ant data. We just need to know how to get it. Enter APIs.
by Joseph Rickert Over the past few months, a number of new CRAN packages have appeared that make it easier for R users to gain access to curated data. Most of these provide interfaces to a RESTful API written by the data publishers while a few just wrap the data set inside the package.
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Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.