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Timothy Wolodzko Sep 22
On journey for learning . I created a notebook on Bayesian optimization with Gaussian processes. Key points: Julia is really straightforward to use, though not flawless (tracebacks are horrible & not useful), I really liked plotting utilities.
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Dr. Timothée Poisot Sep 22
If you use , you need to read this book. If you plan on using , you need to read it too. You probably should read it even if you don't use at all. It's an amazing programming book, is what I'm saying.
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José A. Alonso Sep 22
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Bruce Tate 15h
Back on the train today. I've been working with the tools for data science. The method most people use is obtain -> scrub -> explore -> model -> interpret. The last few videos went through obtain and scrub; today is Explore. Join us.
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Thibaut Lienart 15h
Franklin.jl reached 300 ⭐ today! 🙌
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The Julia Language Sep 17
In case you missed it, , , , and are teaching "Introduction to Computational Thinking with Julia" . You can see all the course lectures and assignments here:
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Keno Fischer 27m
I've said it before, but one of the really nice thing about modern is how every package just automatically installs, including any necessary native dependencies. Not stumbling around with system libraries or trying to get CUDA set up for the n-th time. Just `Pkg.add`.
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Beato Bongco 13h
High-level, composable, Python-like syntax, top it off with C-level speed? Count me in!
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Viral B. Shah Sep 16
Hi - You are cherry picking comments and taking them out of context. Almost all the comments are about instability of before it was 1.0 (over 2 years ago), and pre-1.0 version numbers were by definition unstable.
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cormullion Sep 19
Nice new book/workbook arrived today! (Also the first printed book with listings set in the new JuliaMono font!)
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Julia Computing 8h
BuiltIn reports that ‘Julia and Swift are poised to dethrone’ Python for data science and machine learning. Read the article here
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॥ स्वक्ष ॥ Sep 21
Hit 1k 🌟gazers ... Thank you for all the 🤩❣️
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Erik Engheim Sep 18
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Groxio 3h
And we lost all our followers. So, we would love some help gathering folks back!
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Paula Andrea 15h
fantastic to read about your impression of thanks for sharing
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MarkKittisopikul,PhD 7h
Replying to @ramencult
Do you mean ?
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eval parse 17h
Can Julia take on as a GPU data manipulation platform? I think possible. Made a POC for faster countmap using CUDA.jl, see Got 3x performance for small types e.g. Int16 Still can't get fast GPU sort atm. Will try again later
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Ritobrata Ghosh Sep 20
I wrote an article in Towards Data Science () about my first encounter with . Have a look-
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Scott Cohn Sep 21
So I made this plot using and now that I’ve noticed the axis overlap, I can’t unsee it. Work around a or suck it up? Code below
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J. Ling Sep 21
ok, I found out that telling people the fact that "ju" in stands for can easily put them into shock and make them somehow more confident in Julia
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