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July 2, 2020

Free Data Science eBooks – July 2020

Looking for FREE Data Science books? Then you're in the right place.

Every month we feature 3 of the best free books on a variety of Data Science topics, from programming in R and Python to Statistics, Machine Learning and lots more.

These free books might be time limited (or not), and you'll find them in a variety of formats, from both top-tier publishers and self-published authors.

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This month we highlight these 3 books:

  • The R Inferno
  • Practical Regression and Anova Using R 
  • A Little Book In R For Time Series

They're all FREE, so help yourselves...

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3 Free Data Science Books July 2020

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Patrick Burns

An essential guide to the trouble spots and oddities of R. In spite of the quirks exposed here, R is the best computing environment for most data analysis tasks. R is free, open-source, and has thousands of contributed packages. It is used in such diverse fields as ecology, finance, genomics and music. If you are using spreadsheets to understand data, switch to R. You will have safer -- and ultimately, more convenient -- computations.

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The emphasis of this text is on the practice of regression and analysis of variance. The objective is to learn what methods are available and more importantly, when they should be applied.

This book is not for beginners.  It presumes some knowledge of basic statistical theory and practice, such as statistical inference like estimation, hypothesis testing and confidence intervals. A basic knowledge of data analysis is presumed. Some linear algebra and calculus is also required..


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Avril Coghlan

This is a simple introduction to time series analysis using the R statistics software (have you spotted the pattern yet?). It includes instruction on how to read and plot time seriestime series decomposition, forecasting, and ARIMA models

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Below are a few related Udemy courses that we recommend. They are by no means the only ones - there are LOADS more, and if these don't tickle your fancy, just click through. I'm sure you'll find something that does.

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