Extracting insights from the data of top 500 music albums of all time.

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Rolling Stones’ list of top 500 Albums is considered by many as the compilation of best music ever. As a beginner in R, I started to look at this dataset with the help of Rahul and Rishi Sidhu.

Let us look at the dataset and see what insights we can get from it.

# Load data
music <- read.csv(
"https://query.data.world/s/nk72czqmyopg254j245xl7dss7xdjm",
header=TRUE,
stringsAsFactors=FALSE
)
#get dimensions of data
dim(music)
[1] 500 6


Simplified introduction to a class of neural networks used in sequential modelling

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Let’s say you want to go for a nice dinner with your family. You want to choose a perfect place. You think of a restaurant and spend some time to read up reviews online. One of them reads:

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