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Make Data Work
Dec 4–5, 2017: Training
Dec 5–7, 2017: Tutorials & Conference
Singapore
Jared Lander

Jared Lander
Lander Analytics, Lander Analytics

Website | @jaredlander

Jared P. Lander is chief data scientist of Lander Analytics, where he oversees the long-term direction of the company and researches the best strategy, models, and algorithms for modern data needs. He specializes in data management, multilevel models, machine learning, generalized linear models, data management, visualization, and statistical computing. In addition to his client-facing consulting and training, Jared is an adjunct professor of statistics at Columbia University and the organizer of the New York Open Statistical Programming Meetup and the New York R Conference. He is the author of R for Everyone, a book about R programming geared toward data scientists and nonstatisticians alike. Very active in the data community, Jared is a frequent speaker at conferences, universities, and meetups around the world and was a member of the 2014 Strata New York selection committee. His writings on statistics can be found at Jaredlander.com. He was recently featured in the Wall Street Journal for his work with the Minnesota Vikings during the 2015 NFL Draft. Jared holds a master’s degree in statistics from Columbia University and a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Muhlenberg College.

Sessions

9:00am12:30pm Tuesday, December 5, 2017
Data science and advanced analytics, Machine Learning
Location: 321/322 Level: Intermediate
Jared Lander (Lander Analytics)
Modern statistics has become almost synonymous with machine learning—a collection of techniques that utilize today's incredible computing power. Jared Lander walks you through the available methods for implementing machine learning algorithms in R and explores underlying theories such as the elastic net, boosted trees, and cross-validation. Read more.
12:05pm12:45pm Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Jared Lander (Lander Analytics)
One common (but false) knock against R is that it doesn't scale well. Jared Lander shows how to use R in a performant matter both in terms of speed and data size and offers an overview of packages for running R at scale. Read more.