DT Brown Bag 2.0: A Primer in Analytics

WELCOME!
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November 2013
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Outline
•EAT, Guten Appetit, Bon appetit, Buen apetito, Buon appetito!

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•What’s new with DT Analytics?

•Wha...
Whats new: Cyber IR&D
21 days (October 1 - 21)

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Primary Goal: Be unique! 

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Primary Dataset: 42 jihadi forums

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Plus d...
Whats new: Open Source!

R + Accumulo = RAccumulo

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Description: Functions to create and delete Accumulo tables and
rea...
Whats new: DS4PM
18 Program Managers, 3 Data Scientist, 1 Marty, 3 hours
DS4PM = Data Science for Program Managers

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Goa...
Whats new: LUBAP goes wild!
359 attending!

http://www.meetup.com/Data-Science-DC/events/146953142/
Shiny
Open Sourced by RStudio in November 2012


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Not the first to wrap R in the browser but perhaps the easiest for R
dev...
server.R
# Define server logic required to generate and plot a random
# distribution!
shinyServer(function(input, output) ...
ui.R
library(shiny)!

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# Define UI for application that plots random distributions !
shinyUI(pageWithSidebar(!
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# Appli...
Hello World

headerPanel()

sidebarPanel()

mainPanel()
About us...
server.R,ui.R = microscope
adjustable parameters (knobs): 0 < knobs < small k
knobs = lighting, varying objectives, focusi...
Whats new: BDE + Shiny

https://dell.data-tactics-corp.com/cloudCore/apps/cyber
Analytical Resources:

https://portal.data-tactics-corp.com/sites/analytics/Shared%20Documents/kesnypaper-3.pdf
Thank you...	

Questions?
Homepage: http://www.data-tactics.com
Blog: http://datatactics.blogspot.com
Twitter: https://twi...
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Data Tactics Analytics Brown Bag (November 2013)

  1. 1. DT Brown Bag 2.0: A Primer in Analytics WELCOME! ! November 2013
  2. 2. ! ! ! ! Outline •EAT, Guten Appetit, Bon appetit, Buen apetito, Buon appetito! ! ! •What’s new with DT Analytics? •What’s new? •About Shiny: •About us! •Case Studies: •Discontinuities and Shiny (Shrayes R.) •Data Science in Afghanistan (Adam VE.)
  3. 3. Whats new: Cyber IR&D 21 days (October 1 - 21) ! Primary Goal: Be unique! ! Primary Dataset: 42 jihadi forums ! Plus design specific passive collection efforts: - Honeypots - TOR logs ! Methods: Discontinuities, Network Analysis, and Topic Models. ! New IR&D launches in ~ three weeks. https://portal.data-tactics-corp.com/sites/analytics/Shared%20Documents/cyber.pdf
  4. 4. Whats new: Open Source! R + Accumulo = RAccumulo ! ! Description: Functions to create and delete Accumulo tables and read/write/scan rows from Accumulo tables
 License: Apache License (== 2.0) ! library(raccumulo) ! ?raccumulo ! https://github.com/DataTacticsCorp/raccumulo
  5. 5. Whats new: DS4PM 18 Program Managers, 3 Data Scientist, 1 Marty, 3 hours DS4PM = Data Science for Program Managers ! Goals: ! 1: Define the Analytics Team within Organization Structure 2: Improve poorly developed notions of analytics 3: Outline optimal interactions with Analytics Team 4: Explain common steps for Data Science ! 5: Most importantly, develop a taxonomy to identify analytical questions one could ask of data to aid future business engagements. https://portal.data-tactics-corp.com/sites/analytics/Shared%20Documents/DS4PM.pdf
  6. 6. Whats new: LUBAP goes wild! 359 attending! http://www.meetup.com/Data-Science-DC/events/146953142/
  7. 7. Shiny Open Sourced by RStudio in November 2012 ! Not the first to wrap R in the browser but perhaps the easiest for R developers ! Dont need to know HTML, CSS and javascript to get started ! Reactive Programming model ! Web sockets for communication ! !
  8. 8. server.R # Define server logic required to generate and plot a random # distribution! shinyServer(function(input, output) {! ! # Expression that generates a plot of the distribution.! # renderPlot:! #! # 1) Is "reactive" and therefore should be automatically ! # re-executed when inputs change! # 2) Its output type is a plot ! #! output$distPlot <- renderPlot({! ! # generate an rnorm distribution and plot it! dist <- rnorm(input$obs)! hist(dist)! })! ! })
  9. 9. ui.R library(shiny)! ! # Define UI for application that plots random distributions ! shinyUI(pageWithSidebar(! ! # Application title! headerPanel("My Shiny App!"),! ! # Sidebar with a slider input for number of observations! sidebarPanel(! sliderInput("obs", ! "Number of observations:", ! min = 0, ! max = 1000, ! value = 500)! ),! ! # Show a plot of the generated distribution! mainPanel(! plotOutput("distPlot")! )! ))
  10. 10. Hello World headerPanel() sidebarPanel() mainPanel()
  11. 11. About us...
  12. 12. server.R,ui.R = microscope adjustable parameters (knobs): 0 < knobs < small k knobs = lighting, varying objectives, focusing (fine and course) ! knobs fine and course filtering: geography time variable of interest observations of interest promotion of significant (objective) patterns change model parameters
  13. 13. Whats new: BDE + Shiny https://dell.data-tactics-corp.com/cloudCore/apps/cyber
  14. 14. Analytical Resources: https://portal.data-tactics-corp.com/sites/analytics/Shared%20Documents/kesnypaper-3.pdf
  15. 15. Thank you... Questions? Homepage: http://www.data-tactics.com Blog: http://datatactics.blogspot.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/DataTactics Or, me (Rich Heimann) at rheimann@data-tactics-corp.com !15
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