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  • Title: Data Mining with R: Learning with Case Studies
  • Author(s) Luis Torgo
  • Publisher: University of Porto
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  • Language: English
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Introduce the reader to the use of R as a tool for performing data mining and statistical computing and graphics. The large set of available packages make this tool an excellent alternative to the existing (and expensive!) data mining tools.

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