Saturday, February 6, 2016

Updated Edition of "Wrangling F1 Data With R" Released

A new, updated version of Wrangling F1 Data With R is now available on Leanpub. As well as including a large number of minor corrections (I found out how to do a spell check in RStudio!) the latest release includes several new sections and chapters, including:

  • qualifying session analyses: chart the evolution of the cut-off time during each part of qualifying;
  • race track history charts: for each lap of the race, see how each cars were placed on track relative to the lap leader;
  • undercut detection: use laptime data to automatically spot when pit-stop undercuts took place.
For readers of this blog, at least the first 10 purchasers to use this link can benefit from an F1Datjunkie Blog discount...

(All proceeds are fed back into costs associated with producing the book (Dropbox fees, purchasing other books and relevant content), and hosting fees for some experimental, yet to be announced, services...)

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