Types of data

Types of Data[Compatibility Mode]

Hi guys, we all know that statistics plays a key role in Analytics. But most of the people who are not from statistical background are scared of “Statistics”. So, here…

Improve Accuracy with Ensemble Predictions

Hi, Another way that you can improve the performance of your models is to combine the predictions from multiple models. Some models provide this capability built-in such as random forest…

Understanding Endpoint in SQL Server Mirroring

When correctly configured, the mirroring system allows the high accessibility of the database. However, while studying in deep various other factors are also related with it, which are essential to…

How to do factor Analysis using R?

Factor analysis aim to  provide usable numerical values for quantities such as intelligence or social status that are not directly measurable. (more…)

Time series Forecasting using simple exponential smoothing method using R?

Forecast meaning predicting future with the help of provided data material. Forecasting in R can be done with Simple exponential smoothing method and using forecast (more…)

Decomposing Time series Data using R part-2?

In the previous article we learn how to read and plot time series data. In this article of this series we will get to know that how to break the…

Machine Learning in Python – Feature Selection

The data features that we use to train our machine learning models have a huge influence on the performance we can achieve. Irrelevant or partially relevant features can negatively impact model performance. Let’s…

How to do time series analysis? Part-1

Hi all,

Hope you are familiar with the time series function or you may have heard of time series analysis. In R there is a different R (more…)

Statistical Modelling Functions part-3

Hi guys lets begin the third part of statistical modelling functions

• Sigmoid(s-shaped) function
• Biexponential model function

Sigmoid(s-shaped) function: The simplest s-shaped function is (more…)

Mathematical Modelling Functions In R – Part 2

Ok, lets start, where I have left out Part 1(please read, in case you didn’t read first), start right there.

Polynomial functions: are functions in which x appears several times, each time raised to
a different power. They are useful for describing curves with humps, inflections or local
maxima.

See graphs below.. (more…)