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How to run Orange from the source code? [closed]

I'd like to contribute to Orange. To get used to the code, I tried to run the source code directly under Windows 10, so far without success. I have numpy and scipy installed, and the source code for ...
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Can data aggregation (and statistics) be done using an ETL solution?

I am doing a stock trend prediction model. I use MySQL and I have a table that has the following colums: date | open | high | low | close | volume For every day ...
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How to generate a sample from a generative model like a Restricted Boltzmann Machine?

I am learning about the Boltzmann machine. So far, I have successfully written a code that can learn the coefficients of the energy function of a Restricted Boltzmann Machine. Now, since my model is ...
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How to implement a Restricted Boltzmann Machine manually? [closed]

I am learning about Restricted Boltzmann Machines and I'm so excited by the ability it gives us for unsupervised learning. The problem is that I do not know how to implement it using one of the ...
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Best programming language [closed]

I have a masters in pure statistics. I have no knowledge of any programming language. Which is the best programming language that I should learn about and will help enhance my career in data analysis. ...
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Where to upload a source text to datamine matching contents with constraint?

I am even unsure if this is the correct category. I have very minimal programming knowledge. I am curious how can I get started for a project I have in mind. I want to upload a file to a webcrawler ...
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What can functional programming be used for in data science?

In my next academic year at university, I have the option to take a course in Advanced Functional Programming. A basic description of the course is this: "You’ll focus on a number of more advanced ...
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I only have microsoft office, how can i write code to manipulate relational data sets?

At work, I am in a role that does not have a lot of computer permissions. I do have the Microsoft office suite. I have skills with programming and would like to be able to use my experience to do more ...
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I want to learn how to construct data science packages on top of core packages. Is there a list of excellent data science packages I can learn from? [closed]

Short question I want to learn how to construct data science packages on top of core packages. Is there a list of excellent data science packages I can learn from? Long question I recently came ...
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ML to sort github forks of unmaintained repositories

I already posted a stackoverflow question asking about how programmers go about finding the best fork of an unmaintained project. There could be hundreds of forks and no clear way to sort them. I'm ...
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Graphically Representing Joint and Marginal Distributions

I am using R. Let us consider for the moment the mtcars data that is built in to R. I may generate a scatterplot of this data using for example, the code ...
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Python ,R or matlab for programming very large data set? [closed]

I have a very large panel data set (around 50m observations, size around 3G). Now I want to implement an algorithm on it. The algorithm is basically loops over observations. Ideally I want to use ...
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Is Excel sufficient for data science?

I'm in the process of preparing to teach an introductory course on data science using the R programming language. My audience is undergraduate students majoring in business subjects. A typical ...
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Best Programming Language for Data Science [closed]

I'm learning JS, HTML and CSS, but I doubt JS is very good at Data Analysis. So, what would you guys recommend me learning to start my "career" in Data Science? What's the best programming language ...
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Does SQL Server support the Poisson distribution?

I am trying to do some work that is primarily based in SQL Server. I cannot seem to find a native function to SQL that supports the Poisson distribution. Has anyone had success with applying Poisson ...
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Practical use of oop in R

R supports a wide range of OOP designs like s3,s4,RC and others via packages,and it's a bit overwhelming to decide on which to use and a more basic question that I have is when and where do you use ...
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Finding levels in an array of floats

Before anybody asks please let me confirm this question is related to trading technical analysis. The problem is quite simple, but I lack the scientific background required to solve it. Data comes ...
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Do I need a strong programming background to become a data analyst? [closed]

I'm thinking about becoming a data analyst, and I'm wondering if programming knowledge is a must for this. I'm fairly strong with maths, but I have very little programming experience. Do all data ...
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Which programming languages should I use to integrate different analysis software packages?

I am currently writing a package to streamline data analysis for a research lab. There are several different analysis software packages that we use, based out of unix, matlab, and (rarely used) python....
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How to automate left join of multiple data frames with single data frame one by one in R

i have 206 data frames named after country(FRANCE,GERMANY,HONGKONG...) with same 37 variables in these 206 files and another data frame name pf with 9 variables. i want to do left join of these 206 ...
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Numpy .eye() in Python 3

I'm using numpy.eye(N,M, dtype = int) to print a matrix whose diagnol elements are 1 and rest of the elements are 0. Code: ...
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Technical question: how to build exe from python code?

I have a predictive model in IPython notebook. How can I create dll or exe from it? And is it possible to save in executable file already trained model? I want a program with very simple syntax(X - ...
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From where should I start Machine Learning? [closed]

I want to know how to start from scratch for Machine Learning. Also which language is best for implementing its algorithms or developing future applications based on it. Thanks!
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How can I vectorize this code in R? Maybe with the apply() function?

I am really struggling to replicate the output of the dist() function in R code without using 1 or 2 for loops. (If you're wondering why I'm doing this, it's so that I can play around with the ...
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Data Science in C (or C++)

I'm an R language programmer. I'm also in the group of people who are considered Data Scientists but who come from academic disciplines other than CS. This works ...
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IDE alternatives for R programming (RStudio, IntelliJ IDEA, Eclipse, Visual Studio)

I use RStudio for R programming. I remember about solid IDE-s from other technology stacks, like Visual Studio or Eclipse. I have two questions: What other IDE-s than RStudio are used (please ...