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R 3.5.3 now available

March 12, 2019
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The R Core Team announced yesterday the release of R 3.5.3, and updated binaries for Windows and Linux are now available (with Mac sure to follow soon). This update fixes three minor bugs (to the functions writeLines, setClassUnion, and stopifnot), but you might want to upgrade just to avoid the "package built under R 3.5.4" warnings you might get...

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Where to find the worst weather in the US

March 7, 2019
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Where to find the worst weather in the US

Which US city has the worst weather? To answer that question, data analyst Taras Kaduk counted the number of pleasant days in each city and ranked them accordingly. For this analysis, a "pleasant" day is one where the average temperature was in the range 55°F-75°F, the maximum was in the range 60°-90°, the minimum was in the range 40°-70°,...

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An architecture for real-time scoring with R

March 1, 2019
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An architecture for real-time scoring with R

Let's say you've developed a predictive model in R, and you want to embed predictions (scores) from that model into another application (like a mobile or Web app, or some automated service). If you expect a heavy load of requests, R running on a single server isn't going to cut it: you'll need some kind of distributed architecture with...

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AI, Machine Learning and Data Science Roundup: February 2019

February 14, 2019
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A monthly roundup of news about Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Data Science. This is an eclectic collection of interesting blog posts, software announcements and data applications from Microsoft and elsewhere that I've noted over the past month or so. Open Source AI, ML & Data Science News ONNX, the open interchange format for AI models, updates to version...

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Create data visualizations like BBC News with the BBC’s R Cookbook

February 7, 2019
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Create data visualizations like BBC News with the BBC’s R Cookbook

If you're looking a guide to making publication-ready data visualizations in R, check out the BBC Visual and Data Journalism cookbook for R graphics. Announced in a BBC blog post this week, it provides scripts for making line charts, bar charts, and other visualizations like those below used in the BBC's data journalism. The cookbook is based around the...

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Tutorial: Sequential Pattern Mining in R for Business Recommendations

February 1, 2019
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Tutorial: Sequential Pattern Mining in R for Business Recommendations

by Allison Koenecke, Data Scientist, AI & Research Group at Microsoft, with acknowledgements to Amita Gajewar and John-Mark Agosta. In this tutorial, Allison Koenecke demonstrates how Microsoft could recommend to customers the next set of services they should acquire as they expand their use of the Azure Cloud, by using a temporal extension to conventional Market Basket Analysis. Problem...

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RStudio Server on Azure

January 22, 2019
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RStudio Server on Azure

RStudio Server Pro is now available on the Azure Marketplace, the company announced on the RStudio Blog earlier this month. This means you can launch RStudio Server Pro on an virtual machine with the memory, disk, and CPU configuration of your choice, and pay by the minute for the VM instance plus a the RStudio software charge. Then, you...

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AI, Machine Learning and Data Science Roundup: January 2019

January 16, 2019
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A monthly roundup of news about Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Data Science. This is an eclectic collection of interesting blog posts, software announcements and data applications from Microsoft and elsewhere that I've noted over the past month or so. Open Source AI, ML & Data Science News Preview of Tensorflow 2.0 (the public preview is expected "early this...

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Use foreach with HPC schedulers thanks to the future package

January 15, 2019
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The future package is a powerful and elegant cross-platform framework for orchestrating asynchronous computations in R. It's ideal for working with computations that take a long time to complete; that would benefit from using distributed, parallel frameworks to make them complete faster; and that you'd rather not have locking up your interactive R session. You can get a good...

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Who is the greatest finisher in soccer?

January 10, 2019
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Who is the greatest finisher in soccer?

It's relatively easy to find the player who has scored the most goals in the last 12 years (hello, Lionel Messi). But which professional football (soccer) player is the best finisher, i.e. which player is most likely to put a shot they take into the goal? You can't simply use the conversion rate (the ratio of shots taken to...

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