Andrea Cirillo's website
I am a Quantitative Analyst well versed into statistical learning, data mining and data visualization disciplines. I keep this personal website as a polished portfolio and a structured notebook. You can use this website to learn about my curriculum vitae, the software I craft and my personal thoughts about technical stuffs.
I also keep an updated list of the most relevant books I have read, the ones I would suggest to a good friend, togheter with a short summary of their key messages. Just in case you don’t know which book to pick up next from your bookstack.
If you want to get in touch with me I suggest you to visit the contacts web page, since it is not exactly a straight forward process.
A final note: as I said you can take this as a notebook, expecting therefore to find in it masterpieces togheter with scraps.
latest from the blog
introducing vizscorer: a bot advisor to improve your ggplot plots How to measure a good plot? Preparing a training dataset of plots How to train Machine Learning to recognize a good plot? Can Machine learning talk back to humans? Putting all together: vizscorer and the scorer_bot Where to go from here and how to help introducing vizscorer: a bot advisor to improve your ggplot plots One of the most frustrating issues I face in my professional life is the plentitude of ineffective reports generated within my company.
R data mining
R data mining is a data mining crime book, a new kind of book we developed with good guys at Packt and the great statistician Enrico Pegoraro. What is a data mining crime book? It is a book stucture to teach you data mining fundamentals while immersing you in a crime case. Within R data mining you will be immersed into the life of a wholesale company, where suddenly a misterious drop in profits arises.