[R] Literature needed
Ko-Kang at xtra.co.nz
Wed Feb 7 23:19:06 CET 2001
A good place to start is the Two Crows Corporation,
http://www.twocrows.com/. There are many links and resources on Data Mining
that you may find useful (at least I did). You can also request to receive
a free pdf copy of the their DM tutorial, Introduction to Data Mining and
Knowledge Discovery (they'll send the copy to an e-mail address you
specified). You may want to click on the hyperlink "About Data Mining"
However, if you need the information urgently, I've got a copy of it at
http://www.stat.auckland.ac.nz/~kwan022/pub/DataMining/, which I just posted
up for you. There are also a few other articles that I've collected from
varies places in the last few months, which may or may not be useful for
you. However I put them up for you to have a look.
Hope this helps,
Undergraduate Student (Final Year)
University of Auckland
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ragnar Beer" <rbeer at uni-goettingen.de>
To: <r-help at stat.math.ethz.ch>
Sent: Thursday, February 08, 2001 2:15 AM
Subject: [R] Literature needed
> Could somebody point me to some good introductory readings about data
> mining and descriptive data analysis? I'm a psychologist and a couple
> of times I realized that some things just don't appear in
> psychological literature, e.g. I've never seen a box plot anywhere in
> psych journals so I'm not familiar with them. The R help function is
> great when it comes to explaining how to use a feature and I wonder
> if that would also be a good place for literature recommendations?
> Sorry for this a bit lengthy and slightly off topic posting. Any help
> Ragnar Beer
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