Gergely Daroczi

Gergely Daroczi is a former assistant professor of statistics and an enthusiastic R user and package developer. He is the founder and CTO of an R-based reporting web application at and a PhD candidate in sociology. He is currently working as the lead R developer/research data scientist at in Los Angeles.
Besides maintaining around half a dozen R packages, mainly dealing with reporting, Gergely has coauthored the books Introduction to R for Quantitative Finance and Mastering R for Quantitative Finance (both by Packt Publishing) by providing and reviewing the R source code. He has contributed to a number of scientific journal articles, mainly in social sciences but in medical sciences as well.


Igor Alyoshinhas quoted2 years ago
Downloading the example code
Igor Alyoshinhas quoted2 years ago
Data files larger than the physical memory
Igor Alyoshinhas quoted2 years ago
So, besides R, it's really worth knowing your way around RDBMS, which are extremely common in any industry you may be working at as a data analyst or in a similar position.

Worth knowing to be working as a data analyst or similar

Drag & drop your files (not more than 5 at once)