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ISLR

An Introduction to Statistical Learning with Applications in Python
It’s a well known machine learning book. I’ve read through it and done the exercises in R.
https://github.com/melling/ISLR
There’s an edX course from the authors:

R Markdown: The Definitive Guide
I recently discovered R Markdown. Started doing the ISLR examples with it.
https://github.com/melling/ISLR/blob/main/chapter08/08_Lab02...
https://github.com/melling/ISLR/blob/main/chapter08/08_Lab02...
I need to figure out how to better fit images so I don’t have pages with large gaps
Also, you can now embed executable Python in the files.

The Elements of Statistical Learning [pdf]
I’m up to Chapter 6 in ISLR
https://github.com/melling/ISLR
Would Elements of Statistical Learning be my next book? I’ve seen the Bishop book highly recommended too.
https://www.amazon.com/PatternRecognitionLearningInformat...
StatsWithJuliaBook

An Introduction to Statistical Learning with Applications in Python
I actually like this book by Yoni Nazarathy
https://statisticswithjulia.org/
They have a book on Mathematics of DL too which is a natural progression from the concepts covered here.
(I am slightly biased towards this since I've known the author by online interactions)

Teaching 3 courses with Julia at Uni and need help
I like what little I have read so far in Statistics with Julia. There is also the recent MIT course Intro to Computational Thinking that uses Pluto and includes statistics and probability at a moderately advanced level.

Tutorial on beginner inferential statistics?
Here's the corresponding github link to the draft version of the book: https://github.com/hKlok/StatsWithJuliaBook
What are some alternatives?
theelementsofstatisticallearning  My notes and codes (jupyter notebooks) for the "The Elements of Statistical Learning" by Trevor Hastie, Robert Tibshirani and Jerome Friedman
ISLR.jl  JuliaLang version of "An Introduction to Statistical Learning: With Applications in R"
Plots.jl  Powerful convenience for Julia visualizations and data analysis
Neptune.jl  Simple (Plutobased) nonreactive notebooks for Julia
BlueStyle  A Julia style guide that lives in a blue world
JLD2.jl  HDF5compatible file format in pure Julia
Pluto.jl  🎈 Simple reactive notebooks for Julia
islrforgis  A repository for the content that is used and generated while completing independent study on using statistical learning methods in GIS.
Makie.jl  Interactive data visualizations and plotting in Julia
Indicators.jl  Financial market technical analysis & indicators in Julia
BenchmarkTools.jl  A benchmarking framework for the Julia language
here_here  I love the here package. Here's why.