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Maya Gans is a freelance data scientist and front-end developer by way of quantitative biology. Toby Hodges is a bioinformatician turned community coordinator who works at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory. Greg Wilson co-founded Software Carpentry, and is now part of the education team at RStudio
Reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of the field, this new data science book series brings together researchers, practitioners, and instructors from statistics, computer science, machine learning, and analytics. The series will publish cutting-edge research, industry applications, and textbooks in data science.
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The scope of the series is broad, including titles in machine learning, pattern recognition, artificial intelligence, predictive analytics, business analytics, visualization, programming, software, learning analytics, data collection and wrangling, interactive graphics, reproducible research, and more. The inclusion of examples, applications, and code implementation is essential.