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June 30, 2016


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Thanks for the heads up on these neat resources. BTW clicking the "Using Git..." and "Using R with Jupyter..." links doesn't work in Chrome for some reason. Had to right click and open in a new tab.

Erin's tutorial was terrible, seriously.

I agree regarding Erin's tutorial, it was more a shallow float than a deep dive.

Hello Rick and Mark,
Thank you for taking the time to comment on my post about the tutorials. Constructive criticism makes us all better.

I would like to say though that it appears as if you both consider "the tutorial" to be limited to what happened during the 3 hour session. My view is that the actual delivery is only part of "the tutorial". Sure it would have been better not to have spent time on the setup, and Erin did not have nearly enough time to cover all of the material that she prepared: https://github.com/ledell/useR-machine-learning-tutorial

But, she certainly pointed out where to "dive". I think that the "deep dive" part comes from working through those materials afterwards.

Maybe you think that the prepared material itself is not deep enough? If so, I would find it helpful if you could briefly describe what is missing.

It is a great summary and I liked the way they explained the ML approach.
I will definitely move to their site to dig deeper

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