When you’re trying to import an excel file into R which is especially larger in size ( I tried this with an excel file witharound 33.4k rows and 3 coulmns ) , read.xlsx2 is way faster when compared to the other alternative. And when I mean faster, I mean significantly faster. There is a noticeable […]
The Indian government is coming up with a license policy on the usage of #OpenData. This will govern the type, format and ease of data access for this country. As a citizen of this country, you get to decide how your data will be presented for open access! You can suggest changes through the MyGov app. […]
It’s lovely to see data science being applied to solve problems that were traditionally considered outside it’s domain. http://www.govtech.com/data/Chicagos-Safer-Beach-Water-Project-Brings-Citizen-Data-Scientists-into-Civic-Tech.html
So Tumblr introduces live video options. I wonder if their api would support downloading the live cast. There’s a huge market for that. Especially when you look at websites which can almost come up as niche ones which publish only those videos. And, another thing is that websites like 4chan dig this shit. There have […]
I’ve always lived by this : context, context, context. And this piece puts that across in a very nice manner. http://www.forbes.com/sites/kalevleetaru/2016/06/12/why-we-need-more-domain-experts-in-the-data-sciences/
Saurabh Rao | Mapping similarities between cities http://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-whvzx-600be3 Consider this one of my stupid ideas.