Overview Raw Vs Processed data Reading data into R Pre-processing Summary analysis Useful data sources Raw Vs Processed data Raw data: Original source of data Comes in wide varieties Hard to use directly for data analysis exercise. Needs to be processed. Processed data Ready for data analysis. Processing involves transforming, subsetting, merging etc. Processing should … Continue reading Data Handling with R
Overview What is R? R's correspondence with S R features Useful URLs Installing R, RStudio R and Statistics Using R - Getting Started What is R? R is a language and environment for Statistical Computing and Graphics. It is based on S - a language earlier developed at Bell Labs. R features: Cross-platform Free/Open Source … Continue reading Getting started with R
If you download R (or R packages) using an unencrypted Internet connection, there is a possibility that a malicious actor could modify the code in transit (or substitute their own file), if they have access to the connection linking you and the CRAN server delivering the code. (This is possible, for example, when you download … Continue reading Best Practices for Using R Securely
CDAC Mumbai is organising an Open House on the occasion of National Science Day(28th February, 2014) at its Kharghar, Navi Mumbai campus. This Open House will not only showcase CDAC products and projects, but also include Quiz Show, Programming Competition and Much More.
CDAC, Mumbai has announced the beta release of portal Sangrah - Knowledge Repository for FOSS in Education . This portal contains resources about different categories like Learning Management System, Content Management System, etc. It also contains user experiences for these categories, comparative analysis of various tools from these categories, specialised search, and collaboration facility for … Continue reading Sangrah – Knowledge Repository for FOSS in Education from CDAC, Mumbai
Most time in debuggers is spent doing the same few things: setting breakpoints, stepping through code, looking at variables. Which products make those features supremely accessible and useful? Read here.
Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC) has released the new version (version 0.1.2) of GNU/Linux distribution for CognitivelyChallenged. Cognitively challenged people face different kinds of problems such as memory loss, forgetfulness, attention problems etc. Therefore, the major objective of this distribution is to provide an accessible desktop environment suitable to such users. The major … Continue reading Release of new version of GNU/Linux distribution for Cognitively Challenged by CDAC, Mumbai
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ALViC- Accessible Linux for Visually Challenged was launched on 11th February, 2013 by Prof R. Chidambaram, Principal Scientific Adviser, Govt. of India & Shri J. Satyanarayana, Secretary, DeitY, Ministry of Comm. & I.T., Govt. of India during the CDAC Technology Conclave on 11th Feb, 2013 at Indian Habitat Centre, New Delhi. During the 2-days technology … Continue reading ALViC – Accessible Linux for Visually Challenged launched
Anumaan - open source predictive text entry system from CDAC, Mumbai has been added to the database of Softpedia. Softpedia is a library of over 400,000 free and free-to-try softwares. Anumaan on Softpedia can be accessed from here. Anumaan has also been awarded "100% Free" award from Softpedia signifying that Anumaan is a clean product. … Continue reading Anumaan listed on Softpedia