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discussion on how we can use statistical methods to measure and improve the efficacy of http://freeCodeCamp.com
@mbabaian there are people, yes. If no-one shows off right now you can also ask in the forum too. Try stackoverflow? Hint: declare width and height as variables and use those variables to build the graph. There is then a couple of ways to re-fit width and height according to screen size. If width and height are defined and used as variables and re-fit when required, the whole figure will be affected accordingly.
@jayvora92 it sounds like a bit of regex to me... if DS, looks more how to manage large amount of data; the analyses seems to be very simple ones. Are you needing some big data architecture/platform? Hadoop? Spark?
Again, not sure if I could help you much but I think you could start by finding the right regex? Then define the most appropriate code to get those results, based on the platform you are using. There is a few of us who have been doing Spark recently.
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Currently taking a Data Mining coursera specialization. Pattern Discovery is one of the topics. Just letting a link about the current status of the methods for pattern discovery applied to Web Mining and what are the more promising in the future.
I still don't leave from my surprise that many of the popular methods are almost conventional ones. Hard to beat, I guess.
While reading, I found a mentioning to applications in a sector I am currently interested:
Enhance e-learning environment
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@apottr 00! Goood... I knew you were into something...
Again, while looking good references about pattern discovery I came along this people who claim they worked an AI or ML algo over the web to identify and rank the best books about Data Mining (at 2016). Have a look?
NOTE: I am doing something... similar?... no really, but a similar intention for the preparation of several medium articles for FCC. Here the first one:
(1.5k likes! Unexpected, glad of being of help)