— In the News —
The White House announces a new series of workshops and an interagency working group to learn more about the benefits and risks of artificial intelligence.
The R language, open source analytics software, and a migration to AWS are helping Zillow cement its position as the leading real estate data provider.
Data from failed experiments combines with machine learning to predict successful chemical reactions and form new hypotheses.
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— Tools and Techniques —
This post and accompanying iPython notebook shows how probabilistic programming simplifies and improves anomaly detection. Begins with a survey of traditional methods.
This package intends to provide a hassle-free way to access some of NASA’s open-source API’s to build applications or models.
— Data Viz —
Uber's data visualization team has grown from 2 engineers to 15 in just over a year. Here's what they're doing and how they're valuable.
Great exploration of how visual perception affects data visualizations.
It's generally best to avoid rainbow color scales when possible. Here's an example of a published conclusion which was incorrect due to the use of a rainbow color scheme.
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