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I just completed my Christmas shopping, of which about 75 percent was done online, most of that with Amazon. Books, DVDs and music CDs were staples, but I also bought a camera, a computer and a backpack. And, of course, I always play Santa for myself, this year securing four books for the holidays and the start of 2011.

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Comments (2)
Hi, Steve.

Any opinion on _Data Mining with R: Learning with Case Studies_ by Luis Torgo (http://tinyurl.com/2axh5o5)?

--Jeff

Posted by Jeffrey T | Wednesday, January 05 2011 at 1:33PM ET
Jeff --

Torgo's book is a good start, certainly in the direction I wrote about with real data sets. I'd like to see more of the techniques articulated in ESL, a bit more comprehensive of a text. Learning with Case Studies is a good start.

Steve

Posted by steve m | Friday, January 07 2011 at 8:00AM ET
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