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Here are some common algorithms that can be applied to almost all data problems:

- Feature projection
- Data manipulation
- Data Processing
- Data normalization and standardization
- Categorical variable into numerical

- Tutorials

- Classification
- Regression

- Bubble Sort
- Comb Sort
- Insertion Sort
- Quick Sort
- Selection Sort
- Stooge Sort
- Merge Sort
- Radix Sort
- Heap Sort

Please ensure to follow the points stated below if you would like to contribute:

- If your proposing a new algorithm or making changes to an existing one, make sure your code works. Reviewers or the general user must be able to directly emplace it in an R environment and get the desired output.
- Add an example to showcase the use of an algorithm proposed. It can be commented.
- Follow proper naming convention for variables (use
`.`

or`_`

to seperate terms, such as`results.df`

for a data frame containing some results) and filenames (follow the convention that has been followed for files under the directory your committing to). - Feel free to add links here to the newly added file(s), but ensure that they do not result in a merge conflict with different versions of this readme under previous pull requests.

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