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Apari Tyari replied to jadelim's discussion Comparison on RapidMiner, SAS Enterprise Miner, R and orange in the group Data Mining

"i can help with the training materials and videos of sas enterprise miner can reach me on [email protected]"

May 2, 2015

alvin david replied to jadelim's discussion comparison on Tableau, Qlikview and Omniscope in the group Statistical Graphics, Data Visualization

"* No qlikview does not support OLAP cubes* No its not like that even omniscope has limited brace to cube however Tableau and Qlikview does not support cube* Tableau is better tool in supporting large dataset * No, It can used as server if you hold a…"

Jul 4, 2014

ratheen chaturvedi replied to jadelim's discussion Comparison on RapidMiner, SAS Enterprise Miner, R and orange in the group Data Mining

"Hi Balázs thanks for the detailed replies. I am a newbie in R but given the documentation, forums available etc I can sense R is most state of the art as well as easy to use tool in data mining. However I work in a Big Data team (in…"

Aug 15, 2013

jadelim replied to jadelim's discussion plotting of graph in R in the group Data Mining

"Hi again!
I wanted to find the correlation between RateA and RateB. I've tried the method using regression. Is there any other method that I can use to find the correlation?
Another scenario here. The above one was RateA and RateB, both…"

Jul 30, 2012

Balázs Bárány replied to jadelim's discussion plotting of graph in R in the group Data Mining

"You can use more conditions in the subsetting.
e.g. RateA[RateA >40 & RateB < 40 & RateB > 40 & RateB<50]
You didn't tell us anything about your problem. What is the target variable?
Regression methods are for numeric…"

Jul 27, 2012

jadelim replied to jadelim's discussion plotting of graph in R in the group Data Mining

"Hi. What if for now i would like to plot the Rate between 40 to 50. How do I type the command.
I'm a little confused by the operators to use for between.
Also, other than linear regression. I can also use association or classification…"

Jul 26, 2012

Margot Tollefson replied to jadelim's discussion plotting of graph in R in the group Data Mining

"I think that the following command that will do the plot,
plot(RateA[RateA<150 & RateB<150], RateB[RateA<150 & RateB<150], data=data.table) .
I am not sure if you can use the data=data.table in plot the same…"

Jul 25, 2012

Balázs Bárány replied to jadelim's discussion plotting of graph in R in the group Data Mining

"Hi!
Yes, this is exactly how you use linear regression to analyse the (linear) relationship between two variables.
The most interesting output from summary() is the (Intercept) line and the one below that, starting with RateB. The Estimate…"

Jul 25, 2012

jadelim replied to jadelim's discussion plotting of graph in R in the group Data Mining

"i have one command here doing with lm.
>attach(data.table)
>plot(RateA, RateB)
>ahmetrics = lm(RateA~RateB)
>summary(ahmetrics)
>abline(ahmetrics)
the above command can find the relationship between RateA and RateB? this is…"

Jul 25, 2012

Balázs Bárány replied to jadelim's discussion plotting of graph in R in the group Data Mining

"rnorm(50) gives you 50 random numbers.
It was an attempt to create a dataset that has the same structure as your dataset.
You can't plot vectors with differing lengths. This is why the plot(ra, rb) command fails. Your original attempt, if it…"

Jul 24, 2012

jadelim added a discussion to the group Data Mining### plotting of graph in R

Hi all. I would like to plot a graph maybe Rate A against Rate B. however I only wants the value less than 150. I tried using the command however the outcome wasn't what i expected. > plot(data.table$RateA >150, data.table$RateB > 150) any help?See More

Jul 24, 2012

jadelim replied to jadelim's discussion plot a graph by first letter of variable in R in the group Data Mining

"Hi Gen!
Another scenario was what if i wants to plot only variable that is less than 200?
I used the plot(data.table$money > 200) however I felt that it wasn't the graph i wanted.
any help?"

Jul 22, 2012

Nissim Matatov replied to jadelim's discussion Comparison on RapidMiner, SAS Enterprise Miner, R and orange in the group Data Mining

"See http://rexeranalytics.com/Data-Miner-Survey-Results-2010.html ;.
Next survey will be in early 2013."

Jul 19, 2012

Gen KOBAYASHI replied to jadelim's discussion plot a graph by first letter of variable in R in the group Data Mining

"I just drop an one of examples to do it.
Assuming "testdata.csv" has CSV format data.
--
dat <- read.csv("testdata.csv")dat$Name.first <- toupper(substr(dat$Name,1,1)) # extract first letter into…"

Jul 12, 2012

jadelim replied to jadelim's discussion plot a graph by first letter of variable in R in the group Data Mining

"I do have more than 200 names. The example stated above is just an example. I have more than 1000 names in my database.
Do you have any idea how to plot the graph base on first letter of the name?"

Jul 12, 2012

jadelim added a discussion to the group Data Mining### plot a graph by first letter of variable in R

Hi all, I am very new to R and is not familiar with R scripting.may i know is it possible to plot a graph by first letter? for example: Name: Age: Angel 20 Amelia 20 Bernard 19 Stephanie 20 Vanessa 22 Angeline 23 Camel 21 If I want to plot the name started with letter 'A' and their Age, how is it possible to plot it? Thanks.See More

Jul 12, 2012

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