Causality, Data Science, R, tools, Uncategorized

Continuous Machine Learning – Part I

Reading time: 9 minutes Continuous Machine Learning has come to revolutionize Machine Learning, Data Science and Software Engineering! I will teach you how to exploit this through CML, DVC and MIIC in this blog post 🙂

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Manage your Data Science Project in R

Reading time: 9 minutes DVC is the git equivalent for data and data science pipelines. Along with git and some R technologies such as packrat and RMarkdown you can manage your whole data science project in a very productive way! This post is a tutorial on using all these tools to manage your Data Science project!

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Spurious Independence: is it real?

Reading time: 14 minutes First things first: Spurious Dependence Depending on your background, you have already heard of spurious dependence in a way or another. It goes by the names of spurious association, spurious dependence, the famous quote “correlation does not imply causation” and also other versions based on the same idea that you can not say that necessarily …

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Best links of the week #87

Reading time: 3 minutes Best links of the week from September 2nd to November, 11th. Links Creative Thinking by Claude Shannon at Yousouf Naderi’s website. Latin Square Analysis of Variance at StatsDirect. BAYESIAN NETWORKS AND THE SEARCH FOR CAUSALITY at Ricardo Silva’s website. Triadic closure at Wikipedia. Balance theory at Wikipedia. The 5-Day Regression Challenge by Rachael Tatman at …

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Best links of the week #86

Reading time: 3 minutes Best links of the week from August 2nd to September 21st Links Maximum Likelihood Estimates by Jeremy Orloff and Jonathan Bloom. Moravec’s paradox at Wikipedia. Parrondo’s paradox at Wikipedia. R-squared Cautions at STAT 462 (Applied Regression Analysis), PennState University. Spearman’s correlation. CausalCity: Introducing a high-fidelity simulation with agency for advancing causal reasoning in machine learning …

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Best links of the week #85

Reading time: 3 minutes Best links of the week from April 20th to August 1st (sorry for the delay 🙂 ) Links What is the difference between beta and correlation coefficient? at Quora. Is linear regression obsolete? at Cross Validated. Are linear models still useful at all? at r/datascience. Why Momentum Really Works at Distill. Who Learns Better Bayesian …

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Best links of the week #84

Reading time: 2 minutes Best links of the week from 13rd April to 19th April Links Causal Generative Machine Learning Minicourse at Altdeep. BELIEF IN THE LAW OF SMALL NUMBERS by Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahneman. Why Some Models Leak Data at PAIR EXPLORABLES. Moving Trends and Statistics in the US During the COVID-19 Pandemic at Moving Company Reviews. …

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Best links of the week #83

Reading time: 2 minutes Best links of the week from 3rd November to 21st December This is probably the longest delay I had between two releases of my best links of the week. I hope you wall understand the difficulties I had to face in the past two months during this pandemic and for this I apologize. Have a …

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Best links of the week #82

Reading time: 2 minutes Best links of the week from 19th October to 2nd November Links Programa Capacitação e Atualização em Abordagens do Espaço em Análises de Saúde Publica at ICICT – Fiocruz. Conditional probability: A Visual Explanation by Victor Powell. Biclustering at Wikipedia. Linear discriminant analysis at Wikipedia.

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Best links of the week #81

Reading time: 2 minutes Best links of the week from 12th October to 18th October Links Five whys by Sakichi Toyoda at Wikipedia. Audiobook of The Last Question (Audio in English, subtitles in Portuguese) by Isaac Asimov at Vinícius Ribeiro’s YouTube channel. Introdução às Séries Temporais at Prof. Victor Davila’s personal page. Modelos Lineares Não-Estacionários at Prof. Hedibert Lopes’ …

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Best links of the week #79

Reading time: 2 minutes Best links of the week from 14th September to 27th September Links Painel de análise do excesso de mortalidade por causas naturais no Brasil em 2020 at CONASS. iDiscover. Several dashboards related to COVID19 in Brazil by IBGE. Divulgação de Candidaturas e Contas Eleitorais. The Cognitive Bias Index at WikiMedia. Loki’s Wager and The Merchant …

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Best links of the week #78

Reading time: < 1 minute Best links of the week from 7th September to 13th September Links What are the various scenarios where we get a negative R squared in a (linear) regression model? at Quora. Blog posts Quem seguir para acompanhar Machine Learning e AI no Twitter? at Machina Economicus. Now Nubank’s Data Scientists have their own values at …