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HandWiki datascience encyclopedia Online Encyclopedia on Data Science using Python and Jython
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Dm logo125px hat.png The goal of this project is to create a free online encyclopedia on data science. Each theoretical principle and the description of numeric algorithm will be supported by a programming code implemented using Python (+ external C/C++ libraries) or Jython (+ external Java libraries).

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Table of contents

Descriptive statistics

  1. Introduction to data science
  2. Introduction to statistics
  3. Random numbers
  4. Histograms
  5. Discrete probability distributions and their characteristics
  6. Continuous probability distribution and their characteristics

Saving and restoring data

  1. Flat files
  2. Spreadsheets
  3. Databases
    1. File-based databases
    2. SQL databases

Data visualization

  1. 2D representation of data
  2. 3D representation of data

Data mining

  1. Finding regularities
  2. Correlation analysis
  3. Unsupervised machine learning
  4. Supervised machine learning

Regression analysis

  1. Linear regression
  2. Non-Linear regression

Statistical tests

  1. Statistical inference
  2. Confidence levels
  3. Statistical limits

Forecasting and finding missing data

  1. Extrapolation
  2. Interpolation
  3. Forecasting
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