Posted 07 December 2012 - 11:35 AM
Hi, I liked the HFDA book a lot! Now I need a read to improve/deepen my understanding of the learned concepts.
I know about HF Statistics, but I would like first to invest more time into understanding of a broader field of data analysis. For example I would like to better understand the practical aspects of such activities as wrangling, profiling, modelling, prediction, hypothesis testing, and visualization. I also would like to find a more detailed description of randomized controlled experiments, heuristics, and causal diagrams/networks in data analysis.
Could somebody suggest me the next book or books to read?