R machine learning

I am not understand to much about machine learning , and now i'd like to learn about it, beacuse i have use R for ploting(it makes me feel R is a great tool) , i want to use R as my machine learning language. So i am hoping someone could recommed some books or learning path for me for learning ML in R. from basic konwledge to advance is all ok, thank you !

My first book was R For Dummies. R For Dummies by De Vries, Andrie; Meys, Joris: Good (2015) | Read&Dream

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For ML, Posit/RStudio has been developing the tidymodels family of packages which aims to have a single workflow for all model types. So that could be a good place to start.

In particular, they have a book that should correspond to what you're looking for. There is also a lot of resources on the tidymodels website, but it's independent articles, not as a single, well-organized, book.

Another book of interest may be HOML, which I think focuses more on the ML concepts, less on the tools (they also use tidymodels but not only).

Thank you very much for your answer, I am going to learn it .

Hello, this is Gulshan Negi.
Well, there are lots of resources for learning it. Well, if we talk about books, then you can choose any one book from the below list.

  1. R Machine Learning Essentials by Cory Lesmeister
  2. Hands-On Machine Learning with R by Bradley Boehmke
  3. Mastering Machine Learning with R by Cory Lesmeister
  4. Advanced Analytics with R and Tableau by Jen Stirrup and Arshad Khan
  5. Data Science with R by Jeffrey Stanton

I hope it will help.

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