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Who doesn’t love a good cheat sheet? Nobody, that’s who. Cheat sheets are awesome. They are a great reference for functions you need handy, but don’t have memorized by heart (yet). They can also be a fantastic way for learning and reinforcing components of a programming language. Some people like to keep them saved as a bookmark on their web browser. With all of that in mind, we are proud to present to you an Alteryx – R Cheat Sheet, which features Alteryx specific functions for use in the R Tool. With this cheat sheet, you should be better equipped to take on any R Tool challenges you encounter.
Building my first linear regression model turned me into an instant celebrity. My roommate, who has acted as a sounding board for my predictive-analytics-learning progress, now believes I can use Linear Regression to predict the winner of the next horse race. While it would be fun to try, a more applicable use case is predicting how much a customer will spend (which, in the case of horse racing could translate to how much someone might spend on a bet). For my use case, I want to predict how much a Lyft driver can expect to receive on their next fare.