— In the News —
This software carves the city into sectors of 250 square metres and predicts crimes based on time and place.
Fascinating statistics story about the Olympic pool in Rio.
The best minds in the business - Yann LeCun of Facebook, Luke Nosek of the Founders Fund, Nick Bostrom of Oxford University and Andrew Ng of Baidu - on what life will look like in the age of the machines
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— Tools and Techniques —
Insightful article about using R and Python together. Identifies specific strategies and includes code snippets and a short presentation.
This is the fourth post of a fantastic series about creating a data science portfolio.
If you've ever been curious about NoSQL Databases, here's a great overview of what they are, how they work, and the pros/cons of a variety of popular options.
TFlearn is a modular deep learning library built on top of Tensorflow. It's designed to make it easy to experiment with TensorFlow, while remaining fully transparent and compatible with it. This tutorial uses data from the Titantic to teach you the basics quickly.
Nice! Machine learning meets quantified-self.
— Data Viz —
Nice tutorial for building an interactive geospatial visualization. Introduces a variety of popular tools and includes a GitHub repo of code.
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