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Data Science

The set covering problem: finding the smallest set of radio stations that serve all of the 50 states

From Grokking Algorithms
The set covering problem: finding the smallest set of radio stations that serve all of the 50 states

Learn Julia: The anatomy of a string

By Chris von Csefalvay

In this article, excerpted from Learn Julia, I talk about strings in Julia, including their constituent elements.

Real-World Machine Learning: Pre-processing data for modeling

By Henrik Brink, Joseph W. Richards, and Mark Fetherolf

In this article, excerpted from Real-World Maching Learning, we will look at a few of the most common data pre-processing steps needed for real-world machine learning.

The need for classification

By Douglas G. McIlwraith, Haralambos Marmanis, and Dmitry Babenko
In this article, excerpted from Algorithms of the Intelligent Web, Second Edition , we will talk about how we use classification everywhere.

The need for classification (PDF)

A look at how Elasticsearch is organized

By Radu Gheorghe, Matthew Lee Hinman, and Roy Russo
In this article, excerpted from Elasticsearch in Action, we explain how Elasticsearch is organized.

A look at how Elasticsearch is organized (PDF)

Why you should care about Julia

By Chris von Csefalvay
In this article, excerpted from Learn Julia, I will give you an introduction to the Julia language.

Why you should care about Julia (PDF)

Creating a weather visualization with Gnuplot

By Philipp K. Janert
In this article, excerpted from Gnuplot in Action, we create a visualization indicating temperature, dew point, atmospheric pressure, visibility and wind speed and direction.

Creating a weather visualization with Gnuplot (PDF)

Elasticsearch Percolator: search turned upside down

From Elasticsearch in Action
Elasticsearch Percolator: search turned upside down

Elasticsearch index scaling out and back in with default settings

From Elasticsearch in Action
Elasticsearch index scaling out and back in with default settings

The need for classification

By Douglas G. McIlwraith, Haralambos Marmanis, and Dmitry Babenko
In this article, excerpted from the book Algorithms of the Intelligent Web, we discuss classifications systems and their value for your applications.

The need for classification (PDF)

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