Welcome to Valdez Data!

A brief overview of what this blog will talk about.

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This is Omar Valdez, a person interested in all that is linked to the science of data: Machine Learning, Statistics, Predictions, Big Data, Datasets, Data Analysis... I can go on, but I hope you understand what I'm talking about.

I decided to create this blog because I want to help people to get into this terrific topic. As far as I'm aware, Data Science is required in every situation; think about it.

  • E-commerce
  • Education
  • Fraud Detection
  • Finance
  • Consumer Analytics
  • Advertising
  • Marketing
  • Sports Analytics
  • Healthcare

Either way, it's interesting that Hashnode lets you write articles for programmers; besides, it seems easy to insert 'code snippets'

As a test, I will write two extracts (R and Python) to see how exactly the subsequent articles I expect to write will work.

R programming language:

foo <- function(x, y) {
    x + y

bar <- function(x, y) {
    foo(x + y, x - y)

bar(1, "b")

Python programming language:

def foo(x, y):
    return x + y

def bar(x, y):
    return foo(x + y, x - y)

bar(1, "a")

All right, here we go!

P.S. 1: -- In case you were wondering if the above code works, well... it doesn't because I saw this specific code on this site: renkun.me/2020/03/31/a-simple-way-to-show-s..

P.S. 2: The blog from above is fantastic! If you want to know more about R and install R in VSCode, this is the place to start.

P.S. 3: These days, I program in R and Python, and I'm actually learning more Python than R.

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