While a one liner to convert categorical values to numerics is mentioned in a previous post, this post will cover […]
When using a dataset, sometimes I want to convert a column of two values (such as Gender) to numerical values […]
In taking the Udemy course on Data Analysis with R by Sandeep Kumar, I took one of his tests. It’s […]
One way of checking the relationship between two variables is with covariance. This gives an indication if the two variables […]
Building off the article below, I wanted to continue this discussion dealing with Right and Left Skewness. Specifically, how to […]
In the above code, I’ve got a data frame of some fake car data. I have five cars, with column […]
In a previous post, Frequency Distribution tables were briefly discussed. In this post, I’m going to quickly show how to […]
In a previous post about Frequency Distribution tables, a lot of pre-work was done to setup a set of frequency […]
A frequency distribution table is much like a spreadsheet. This is where we have One Way Data being represented in […]
For this post I’m going to cite several different explanations, as Bayes Theorem always trips me up. The idea behind […]

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