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Chapter 17

More than Ten Useful Resources

IN THIS CHAPTER

check Shiny-related resources

check Books and websites on machine learning

check Resources for databases, maps, and images

In this chapter, I tell you about books and websites that help you learn more about the areas I cover in this book. Rather than split the information between websites and books, I thought it best to organize by topic.

Without further ado …

Interacting with Users

If you want to delve deeper into R applications that interact with users, start with this tutorial by shiny guiding force Garrett Grolemund:

https://shiny.rstudio.com/tutorial

For a helpful book on the subject, consider Chris Beeley's Web Application Development with R Using Shiny, 2nd Edition (Packt Publishing, 2016).

Machine Learning

For the lowdown on all things Rattle, go directly to the source: Rattle creator Graham Williams has written Data Mining with Rattle and R: The Art of Excavating Data for Knowledge Discovery (Springer, 2011). The companion website is here:

https://rattle.togaware.com

The University of California-Irvine Machine Learning Repository plays such a huge role in the book you're reading (see Chapters 612) that I thought I should mention ...

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