Data Mining/ Predictive Modeling Resources

6 Feb

A short list of some of the more interesting, and free DM/ PM resources I have found the net, at least in part by way of knowing where they are myself for future reference.

First, and close to most obviously, Trevor Hastie’s publications, where you can find both the comprehensive Elements of Statistical Learning, and the newer Introduction to Statistical Learning available for download, along with descriptions of Hastie’s other books.

I’ve mentioned Cosma Shalizi before on this blog, because he seems to talk good sense on a number of issues. His future book, which began as class notes is available as a downloadable pdf.

Meanwhile, at Columbia University, Ian Langmore and Daniel Krasner teach a Data Science course with a much greater programming bent, kind of as an antidote against too much maths and statistics training. The course site also includes the lecture notes.

Another book covering material closer to the first few, but including some additional topics is by Zaki, and has a website here

Some original papers are also available, e.g. Breiman’s Random Forests paper, which I have not yet read, but want to.


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