Le blog de Charles
Data scientist indépendant.
Expert en R, Shiny Dashboard, Analyse de données.
I used to make horrible charts with R. In fact, I thought R charts could only be used in acamedic papers or for quick visualization iterations. That’s not the case. In fact, even the BBC now uses R to craft publication-ready charts. Learn how in this article.
In the 5th article of the series ‘How to deploy a Shiny app on AWS’, we improve our app by installing a good-looking domain name with nginx.
After discovering that Google gives away its users’ data about 347 times a day, I decided to step away from Google ecosystem one step a time. Today: An alternative to Google Chrome that respects your privacy.
In this 4th article of the series ‘How to deploy a Shiny app on AWS’, we finally deploy the app on the server to make it accessible on the internet.
Everyone knows about gradient descent. But… Do you really know how it works? Have you already implemented the algorithm by yourself? If you need a reminder, this article explains in simple terms why we need it, how it works, and even show you a Python implementation!
R is a powerful tool for text mining. But you still need to get the data first, and it can easily become a pain when you deal with PDF files. This article shows you how to extract what you need and get the data ready for analysis!
If you have a SaaS product, you already know the question: What is the value of my users? How to predict their churn rates? In this article, I explain how a statistician can help you answer these questions for you.
People often ask me what are the math prerequisites for data science. Linear algebra is the most important math topic to know if you want to get into machine learning and predictive analytics! That’s why I’m starting this series on the essential concepts to know. Whether you’re a beginner or someone who needs a refresher, it’s for you!
This 3rd article from the series ‘How to deploy a Shiny app on AWS’ will show you how to get into your new server, install R, R Shiny, and set up Shiny Server!
We continue the series ‘How to deploy a Shiny app on AWS’ with a 2nd article. This time, we’ll get our hands dirty through the introduction to AWS and the creation of our first server!
This article belongs to the series ‘How to deploy a Shiny app on AWS’. In this first part, we prepare ourselves by creating a simple Shiny app ready to be deployed!