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  • Next Generation Chip Wars Heat Up as AMD Eyes Xilinx acquisition 2020-10-20
    Data Points Chip manufacturer AMD is in talks to acquire…
    Kurt Cagle
  • Weekly Digest, October 19 2020-10-18
    Monday newsletter published by Data Science Central. Previous editions can be found here. The contribution flagged with a + is our selection for the picture of the week. To subscribe, follow this link.   Featured Resources and Technical…
    Vincent Granville
  • Genius Tool to Compare Best Time-Series Models For Multi-step Time Series Modeling 2020-10-18
    Predict Number of Active Cases by Covid-19 Pandemic based on Medical Facilities (Volume of Testing, ICU beds, Ventilators, Isolation Units, etc) using Multi-variate…
    Sharmistha Chatterjee
  • Types of Variables in Data Science in One Picture 2020-10-18
    While there are several dozen different types of possible variables, all can be categorized into a few basic areas. This simple graphic shows you how they are related, with a few examples of each type.  More info:…
    Stephanie Glen
  • Thursday News, October 15 2020-10-15
    Here is our selection of articles and technical contributions featured on DSC since Monday: Announcements Penn State Master’s in Data Analytics – 100% Online eBook: Data Preparation for Dummies Technical Contributions…
    Vincent Granville
  • AI is Driving Software 2.0… with Minimal Human Intervention 2020-10-15
    The future of software development will be model-driven, not code-driven. Now that my 4th book (“The Economics of Data, Analytics and Digital Transformation”) is in the hands of my publisher, it’s time to get back to work investigating and sharing new learnings.  In this blog I’ll take on the subject of Software 2.0.  And thanks […]
    Bill Schmarzo
  • Why you should NEVER run a Logistic Regression (unless you have to) 2020-10-14
    Hello fellow Data Science-Centralists! I wrote a post on my LinkedIn about why you should NEVER run a Logistic Regression. (Unless you really have to). The main thrust is: There is no theoretical reason why a least squares estimator can't work on a 0/1. There are very very narrow theoretical reasons that you want to […]
    Charles Thibault
  • Applications of Machine Learning in FinTech 2020-10-14
    Machine learning is a type of artificial intelligence that provides computers with the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed. The science behind machine learning is interesting and application-oriented. Many startups have disrupted the FinTech ecosystem with machine learning as their key technology. There are various applications of machine learning used by the FinTech companies […]
    Andrea Manero-Bastin
  • Cross-validation and hyperparameter tuning 2020-10-14
    Introduction Almost every machine learning algorithm comes with a large number of settings that we, the machine learning researchers and practitioners, need to specify. These tuning knobs, the so-called hyperparameters, help us control the behavior of machine learning algorithms when optimizing for performance, finding the right balance between bias and variance. Hyperparameter tuning for performance […]
    Andrea Manero-Bastin
  • A quick demonstration of polling confidence interval calculations using simulation 2020-10-13
    At dinner with friends last Sunday, the topic of conversation fixated on -- what else -- the upcoming presidential election. That morning, a poll had been released by the …
    steve miller