These are chat archives for FreeCodeCamp/DataScience

30th
Sep 2017
Arun Kumar
@arunkumar413
Sep 30 2017 01:09
How to put two columns of a csv file. One column contains date and the other price of crude oil
Arun Kumar
@arunkumar413
Sep 30 2017 01:17
https://www.tutorialspoint.com/r/ are the concepts in this tutorial series enough to get a job in data science?
Matthew Barlowe
@mcbarlowe
Sep 30 2017 01:18
That will just teach you how to learn R there is more to data science than just programming
Eric Leung
@erictleung
Sep 30 2017 01:57
@arunkumar413 It might be jumping in too much, but in my opinion, reading through this book you should gain a well rounded set of skills to do many aspects of data science, not just the more glamorous modeling and prediction parts of it http://r4ds.had.co.nz/
@becausealice2 I think i remember @evaristoc working on some responsive D3 a while ago? I could be wrong.
Matthew Barlowe
@mcbarlowe
Sep 30 2017 02:01
@arunkumar413 If you're wanting something python based this is a good one to start with I have more if you want http://math.ecnu.edu.cn/~lfzhou/seminar/[Joel_Grus]_Data_Science_from_Scratch_First_Princ.pdf
anuradhasilva
@anuradhasilva
Sep 30 2017 02:11
Hi, what is best data grid to use with angular 4?
sorry wrong channel
Shobhit Jain
@Shobhit1610
Sep 30 2017 11:55
Hey guys can someone suggest me a good beginner ML project as i am currently learning ML from coursera
evaristoc
@evaristoc
Sep 30 2017 14:00

@Shobhit1610

People here in this chatroom have been working recently with a Facebook file shared by Quincy like a month ago. You might want to give it try? There is a bit of data cleaning though - not what you are going to find in the ML course right now. But think that if you got it wrong here we could discuss your results and give you advice about how to improve it, as there are already 3 active people who have worked on it. You can also ask questions about the code that was used.

Shobhit Jain
@Shobhit1610
Sep 30 2017 14:03
Thanks @evaristoc. Yaa sure i want to try it
CamperBot
@camperbot
Sep 30 2017 14:03
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Shobhit Jain
@Shobhit1610
Sep 30 2017 14:06
@evaristoc Where can I find that file??
evaristoc
@evaristoc
Sep 30 2017 15:30

This is the message by Quincy and the file.
https://gitter.im/FreeCodeCamp/DataScience?at=5997723376a757f808bcddb9

Scroll down from there to read some comments about the file.

Few notes to keep in mind. There are more:
https://gitter.im/FreeCodeCamp/DataScience?at=59a2c64aee5c9a4c5f04b779

People who have or are still working on it:

  • @mcbarlowe
  • @dmesquita

I have done some and commented them.

@Shobhit1610 ^^^
Shobhit Jain
@Shobhit1610
Sep 30 2017 15:34
Thanks a lot mate @evaristoc
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@camperbot
Sep 30 2017 15:34
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Matthew Barlowe
@mcbarlowe
Sep 30 2017 16:05
@Shobhit1610 kaggle.com also has three beginner data sets to play around with as well
Eric Leung
@erictleung
Sep 30 2017 22:12
@Shobhit1610 if you're up for a lot of choices, there's always the UCI Machine Learning Repository. Each dataset gives a brief description of what kind of machine learning tasks are relevant. For example, the Adult dataset is for classification, but the Wine Quality dataset can be used for classification or regression.