Animated Statistics Using R (to be moved to AniWiki!)
To extract information from data automatically, by computational and statistical methods.
Table of Contents
  1. Linear Methods for Regression
  2. Linear Methods for Classification
    1. Linear Discriminant Analysis
    2. Logistic Regression
    3. Separating Hyperplanes
  3. Basis Expansions and Regularization
  4. Kernel Methods
  5. Model Assessment and Selection
  6. Model Inference and Averaging
    1. Boostrapping
    2. EM Algorithm
    3. MCMC for Sampling fromthe Posterior
    4. Bagging
    5. Model Averaging and Stacking
    6. Stochastic Search: Bumping
  7. Additive Models, Trees, and Related Methods
    1. Generalized Additive Models
    2. Tree-Based Methods
    3. MARS: Multivariate Adaptive Regression Splines
  8. Boosting and Additive Trees
  9. Neural Networks
  10. Support Vector Machines and Flexible Discriminants
  11. Prototype Methods and Nearest-Neighbors
  12. Unsupervised Learning
    1. Association Rules
    2. Cluster Analysis
    3. Principal Components, Curves and Surfaces
    4. Independent Component Analysis and Exploratory Projection Pursuit
    5. Multidimensional Scaling
Some Notes

Sure you'll immediately know this table of contents comes from the book "The Elements of Statistical Learning" by Trevor Hastie, Robert Tibshirani, and Jerome Friedman. However, only a limited part of topics will be covered here, as I'm not an expert on machine learning and not all of the topics are appropriate for animations.