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David Robinson Jan 17
Brilliant: introduces the rhymer package. Write poems and freestyle in R!
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David Robinson Nov 23
Wow- NLP analysis discovers more than a million fake anti-net-neutrality comments. Brilliant data science detective work by student Jeff Kao.
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David Robinson Jun 29
Whenever I install something that takes a lot of configuration, I always wish I'd documented my process publicly to save other people time Props to for documenting his 40 hour (!) process of installing Tensorflow w/ GPU on Ubuntu!
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David Robinson Dec 4
Excellent summary of ML performance metrics from : distinguishing accuracy, precision, recall, sensitivity, and specificity!
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David Robinson Jan 29
. analyzes the Twitter accounts of 100 influential people in crypto, and estimates how they feel about Bitcoin Cash Prize for "most against BCH" goes to
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David Robinson Mar 16
What would you use to analyze forest fires? Random forests, of course! 💯 walkthrough of a machine learning project by Sky B.T. Williams 🌲🔥📊
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David Robinson Feb 26
. illustrates the problem of model selection bias with a simulation example in . Beware the garden of forking paths! 🙀
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David Robinson Nov 22
Great analysis in "Data-driven lingerie shopping" from . E.g. comparison of Calvin Klein and Victoria Secret!
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David Robinson Apr 3
. explains the probabilistic interpretation of AUC (area under the ROC curve), and shows how you can use it to speed up AUC computation by 10X 👏 
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David Robinson Feb 27
Cool analysis from Brad Solomon: "What are 's most-used modules"? Done by counting imports from other packages; nice reproducible parsing and regexing of the Anaconda distribution
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Tailored Data Jul 16
Did you know that we have a blog? You'll find lots of useful articles on data, data protection and news on Tailored Data Solutions!
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David Robinson Jun 8
Kaggle submissions are an awesome way to start as a data scientist: check out 's exploration of the classic Titanic survival dataset, looking at whether being in a nuclear family helped your chances 🚢
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David Robinson May 31
Nice interactive notebook analyzing Bishop Curry's speech at the royal wedding from . I hadn't seen this kind of Javascript notebook before!
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David Robinson Apr 5
Here's a cool case study from transportation modeler looking at how Vancouverites on Facebook feel about congestion pricing 🚙🚌🚕🚗
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David Robinson Apr 4
. takes on a 4-hour challenge: find the average tuition of public school by state. I have to get in on these!
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David Robinson Mar 28
. uses to explore her own Twitter account, and discovers she tweets about One Direction less ever since someone named Zayn left 🤷‍♂️ 👏
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Rebecca Roland Mar 9
Did you miss my session this morning for ? Well don't worry, I turned it into a blog! You can find all the questions which you should ask yourself or team about producing dashboards and .
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David Robinson Mar 1
Interesting text mining of social media from around the Nunes memo. Great example of TF-IDF and structured topic modeling with the stm package!
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David Robinson Feb 12
. analyzes TV ratings, with awesome examples of data tidying through pdftools and rebus
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David Robinson Jan 29
. starts his blog with an interesting hypothesis: do states with highly populated capitals have less corrupt governments?
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