R for Journalists
Tools for using and learning R, mostly for computational and data journalists, but everyone's welcome!
Curated by M. Edward (Ed) Borasky
Hadley Wickham (perhaps you’ve heard of his work) presented a 2 hour workshop on dplyr at this year’s useR! conference at UCLA. This tutorial was definitely a highlight of the week-long conference for me, and working on this tutorial video has also made me very appreciative of how versatile the dplyr package can be. It clearly is the chef’s knife of data science tools. Hadley’s presentation was just under 2 hours long, and the edited footage where we omitted breaks gives us 90 minutes of wisdom
This is part two of a three-part blog series on building a DGA classifier and it is split into the three phases of building a classifier: 1) Data preperation 2) Feature engineering and 3) Model selection. Back in part 1, we prepared the data and we are starting with a ...
This will be a three-part blog series on building a DGA classifier and will be split into three logical phases of building a classifier: 1) Data preparation (this) 2) Feature engineering and 3) Model selection. And before I get too far into this, I want to give a huge thank ...