all Tutorials

1. Basic Building Blocks of R

By: Karthik Janar : 2018-04-13

Description: In this tutorial, we will explore some basic building blocks of the R programming language. To complete this tutorial, let us use R Studio to get our hands on experience. If you have not installed "R Studio" yet, download and install it. Open R Studio and just follow the instructions as below. In its simplest form, R can be used as an interactive calculator.

2. What are the different types of Analysis a Data Scientist would do?

By: Karthik Janar : 2018-04-12

Description: This tutorial discusses some basic concepts of Data Science. Data Scientist's Job always starts with a question that needs to be answered. There are few different kinds of questions a data scientist would ask which defines the goal of the analysis. It starts with descriptive, and then it goes to exploratory, inferential, predictive, causal, and mechanistic

3. Overview and History of R

By: Karthik Janar : 2018-04-12

Description: In the world of data science, two popular programming languages are used today. R and Python. For a good comparison of R and Python read this tutorial. Personally I prefer R over Python because of its rich set of freely available packages and its visualization capabilities. R is based on an older language named S. S was originally developed at Bell Labs by John Chambers in 1976 as an internal statistical analysis environment using fortran libraries. In 1988 it was rewritten in C.

4. Git and GitHub - a complete startup guide for a beginner

By: Karthik Janar : 2018-04-11

Description: For anyone who is serious about doing any work with computers needs to understand some basic concept of files and folders and some understanding of command line interface and commands. It is essential to have some hands on to use CLI. Furthermore if you are interested in doing programming or analytics then version control becomes very important. Git and GitHub provide very good toolset to create, maintain and manage your files and folders and their versions as well as share them with others.

5. SharePoint 2016 Search Vs Solr Search - A comparison

By: Ayyappan : 2018-02-15

Description: Before jumping to any conclusions, it is important to note that SharePoint is more a content management and collaboration solution than a Search solution. FAST Enterprise Search was acquired in 2008 by Microsoft and integrated to SharePoint to provide search capabilities for SharePoint rather than be used as a stand-alone search product.

6. How to get the API key for CloudStack

By: Binoy : 2018-02-14

Description: You can generate the CloudStack API Keys from the CloudStack admin portal.

7. Program using concept of byte long short and int in java

By: Java Samples : 2017-12-10

Description: This simple java program describes how to use the different data types byte, short, int and long in Java.

8. python dictionary

By: Ashley J : 2017-09-28

Description: An item in a dictionary is a key/value pair. You can think of a dictionary as an associative array (known in some other languages as an “unordered map,” “hash table,” or “hash”). Keys in a dictionary may be of different types, but they must be hashable. Values in a dictionary are arbitrary objects and may be of any type.

9. python list

By: Ashley J : 2017-09-27

Description: A Python list is a mutable ordered sequence of items. The items of a list are arbitrary objects and may be of different types. To denote a list, use a series of expressions (the items of the list) separated by commas (,), within square brackets ([]); if every item is a literal, the whole assembly is a list literal. You may optionally place a redundant comma after the last item. To denote an empty list, use an empty pair of brackets

10. python string

By: Ashley J : 2017-09-27

Description: Python String objects (byte strings, as well as text, AKA Unicode, ones) are immutable: attempting to rebind or delete an item or slice of a string will raise an exception. The items of a string object (corresponding to each of the characters in the string) are themselves strings of the same kind, each of length 1.