[R] PhD student reading list, suggestions wanted
ernesto at ipimar.pt
Mon Feb 9 15:21:43 CET 2004
On Mon, 2004-02-09 at 13:08, Liaw, Andy wrote:
> > From: Ko-Kang Kevin Wang
> > Hi,
> > > -----Original Message-----
> > > But above all, I would like her to use R whenever it's appropriate.
> > > We have MASS and Dalgaard's introductory book in the
> > library here, I'm
> > > aware of "S Poetry", but what do you think would be the
> > best start for
> > > someone learning R in order to use it for doing data mining?
> > Not specifically for R, but a must-have for anyone going into
> > data mining
> > area is "The Elements of Statistical Learning: Data Mining,
> > Inference, and Prediction", by Hastie et. al.
> I would add BDR's 1996 Pattern Recognition and Neural Networks, and FEH's
> 2002 Regression Modeling Strategies.
> Even though Prof. Harrell's book is not strictly about data mining, it has
> lots of things that dataminers need to know about, or at least be aware of,
> > Kevin
> > --------------------------------------------
> > Ko-Kang Kevin Wang, MSc(Hon)
> > SLC Stats Workshops Co-ordinator
> > The University of Auckland
> > New Zealand
What online references would you propose ?
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