[R] new data mining course

From: Trevor Hastie <hastie_at_stanford.edu>
Date: Sat 20 Aug 2005 - 05:29:49 EST


Short course: Statistical Learning and Data Mining II:

                tools for tall and wide data

Trevor Hastie and Robert Tibshirani, Stanford University

The Conference Center at Harvard Medical School Boston, MA,
Oct 31-Nov 1, 2005

This is a *new* two-day course on statistical models for data mining, inference and prediction. It is the third in a series, and follows our past
offerings "Modern Regression and Classification", and "Statistical Learning and Data Mining".

In this course we emphasize the tools useful for tackling modern-day data analysis problems. We focus on both "tall" data ( N>p where N=#cases, p=#features) and "wide" data (p>N). The tools include gradient boosting, SVMs and
kernel methods, random forests, lasso and LARS, ridge regression and GAMs, supervised principal components, and cross-validation. We also present some interesting case studies in a variety of application areas. All our examples are developed using the S language, and most of the procedures we discuss are implemented in publically available R packages.

Please visit the site
http://www-stat.stanford.edu/~hastie/sldm.html for more information on the course and registration details.

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  Trevor Hastie                                  hastie@stanford.edu
  Professor, Department of Statistics, Stanford University
  Phone: (650) 725-2231 (Statistics)	         Fax: (650) 725-8977
	 (650) 498-5233 (Biostatistics)		 Fax: (650) 725-6951
  URL: http://www-stat.stanford.edu/~hastie
  address: room 104, Department of Statistics, Sequoia Hall
	          390 Serra Mall, Stanford University, CA 94305-4065

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