Category: BestLinks

Best links of the week #62

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Best links of the week from 23rd March to 29th March

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Links

  1. Share Code from any Device.
  2. How Fast Does a Virus Spread? Let’s Do the Math at WIRED.
  3. The Promising Math Behind ‘Flattening the Curve’ at WIRED.
  4. SAS libera mais de 100 cursos online de análise de dados at CanalTech.
  5. Dashboard do Ministério da Saúde para a COVID-19.
  6. Dashboard do governo Frânces para a COVID-19.
  7. How many tests for COVID-19 are being performed around the world? at Our World in Data.
  8. Corona Data Scraper.
  9. Why the ‘gold standard’ of medical research is no longer enough at statnews.
  10. Coughona: Identifying Coronavirus based on cough noise.
  11. Graph theory suggests COVID-19 might be a ‘small world’ after all at ZDNet.
  12. Case control study by Timiresh Das at SlideShare.

Best links of the week #61

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Best links of the week from 16th March to 22nd March

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Links

  1. Microsoft COVID-19 Tracker.
  2. Auto-avaliação de Coronavírus (COVID-19).
  3. Comparing Corona Trajectories.
  4. Modeling COVID-19 Spread vs Healthcare Capacity.
  5. Current covid-19 situation.
  6. A Crash Course in Good and Bad Controls.
  7. An Intuitive (and Short) Explanation of Bayes’ Theorem at Better Explained.
  8. False Positives and False Negatives at Math Is Fun.
  9. Matthews correlation coefficient at the Wikipedia.
  10. Demythifying Matthew Correlation Coefficients (MCC) at Kaggle.

Best links of the week #60

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Best links of the week from 9th March to 15th March

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Links

  1. Testes Diagnósticos (Bioestatística) at Prof. Dr. Enrico Colosimo personal website.
  2. Bayes’ Rule for Clinicians: An Introduction published in Frontiers in Psychology.
  3. Zencastr: High fidelity podcasting.
  4. Do you (want to) use RAIS, the Brazilian matched employer-employee dataset? Let me save you some months of painful data cleaning work.
  5. Extrator de dados históricos do coronavírus no Brasil.
  6. Projetos com dados abertos no Github.
  7. Quer acessar dados do INEP, mas não sabe como?
  8. Visualizing the History of Pandemics.
  9. COVID-19 Open Research Dataset (CORD-19).
  10. Modeling COVID-19 Spread vs Healthcare Capacity.
  11. Tech4Covid19: em 48 horas, 600 portugueses juntaram-se para criar 12 ferramentas contra o coronavírus.
  12. slide transitions for xaringan.
  13. What Great Data Analysts Do — and Why Every Organization Needs Them at Harvard Business Review.

Best links of the week #59

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Best links of the week from 2nd March to 8th March

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Links

  1. Understanding Bayesian Networks with Examples in R at bnlearn.
  2. Rockefeller, Mastercard team up to leverage data science for social impact at devex.
  3. Introduction to ggridges.
  4. Dados do mercado de trabalho para Cientista de Dados.
  5. Desmistificando a inteligência artificial – onde estamos e para onde vamos? (1/5) at Deviante.

Best links of the week #58

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Best links of the week from 24th February to 1st March

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Links

  1. Architects of Intelligence: The truth about AI from the people building it (Interview with Judea Pearl).
  2. Git Command Explorer.
  3. Git Cheat Sheet by Git Tower.
  4. Asymptotic normality and Central Limit Theorem at Stack Exchange (Mathematics).
  5. Asymptotic theory (statistics) at Wikipedia.
  6. Get Started with DVC at DVC.
  7. Introduction to Data Version Control(DVC) by Kurian Benoy at Kaggle.
  8. The most important formula in data science was first used to prove the existence of God at QUARTZ.
  9. Difference between R MarkDown and R NoteBook at Stack Overflow.
  10. A group of ex-NSA and Amazon engineers are building a ‘GitHub for data’ at TechCrunch.
  11. A saga do herói… ou melhor, do software! by Bruna Diirr at Portal Deviante.
  12. A saga do herói… Ou melhor, do software! – Capítulo 1: Levantamento de requisitos by Bruna Diirr at Portal Deviante.
  13. A saga do herói… Ou melhor, do software! – Capítulo 2: Análise by Bruna Diirr at Portal Deviante.
  14. Processos de software by Bruna Diirr at Portal Deviante.
  15. Somos todos conscientes? O alvorecer da consciência com a destruição da mente bicameral by Felipe Novaes at Portal Deviante.
  16. Atacando a ciência, por lucro ou diversão: as armas mais comuns at Revista Questão de Ciência.

Best links of the week #57

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Best links of the week from 17th February to 23rd February

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Links

  1. Luna. A WYSIWYG language for data processing.
  2. 40 powerful concepts for understanding the world at Gurwinder Bhogal’s Twitter.
  3. Mathematics for Machine Learning (Book).
  4. Fairness and machine learning (Book).
  5. Mathematicians propose new way of using neural networks to work with noisy, high-dimensional data at Phys.org.
  6. Neuroscience opens the black box of artificial intelligence at TechXplore.
  7. What are the differences between Factor Analysis and Principal Component Analysis? at Stack Exchange.
  8. How does Factor Analysis explain the covariance while PCA explains the variance? at Stack Exchange.
  9. Overview of Lord’s, Simpson’s and Birth Weight paradox at Michael Clark’s website.
  10. Em decisão inédita ANVISA libera terapias alterantivas no Brasil.
  11. “Síndrome do sobrinho” na divulgação científica at Revista Questão de Ciência.

Best links of the week #56

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Best links of the week from 10th February to 16th February

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Links

  1. Samsung deve anunciar “teclado invisível” com IA nesta semana at InfoMoney.
  2. Poster with all the RNA sequencing methods at Illumina.
  3. Poster with all the sequencing methods at Illumina.
  4. Hidden Computational Power Found in the Arms of Neurons at QuantaMagazine.
  5. Petition to allow remote paper & poster presentations at scientific conferences.
  6. Why People Quit Their Jobs at Harvard Business Review.
  7. ICML Introduction to Bandits: Algorithms and Theory.
  8. 3000 Free medical images to illustrate your publications and Powerpoint presentations at smart servier medical art.
  9. Genomics Education Programme (Pictures on Genomics)
  10. Create Professional Science Figures in Minutes at BioRender.
  11. Interview with Prof. Clark Glymour at 3AM.

Best links of the week #55

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Best links of the week from 3rd February to 9th February

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Links

  1. Collection of 79 attributes from Brazilian Cities at Giovanna Badaró‘s GitHub.
  2. Do androids dream of big data domination? at Times Higher Education.
  3. Robot “Scientist” Helps Discover New Ingredient for Antimalarial Drug at Futurism.
  4. Is your Research Software Correct? at Mike Croucher’s GitHub page.
  5. The long road to fairer algorithms at Nature.
  6. Someone Used Neural Networks To Upscale An 1895 Film To 4K 60 FPS, And The Result Is Really Quite Astounding at Digg.
  7. List Of 20 Common Thesis Defense Questions You Should Be Prepared For at ARTISTSWITHAVISION.
  8. People will not trust unkind science by Gail Cardew at Nature.
  9. Scientific method: Statistical errors by Regina Nuzzo at Nature.
  10. Psychology journal bans P values by Chris Woolston at Nature.
  11. Top tips for getting your science out there by Craig Cormick at Nature.

Best links of the week #54

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Best links of the week from 27th January to 2nd February

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Links

  1. NeurIPS 2019 Too Big at the Gradient Pub.
  2. AI effect at Wikipedia.
  3. Num fim de semana, programadores tchecos criaram um site de graça pelo qual ministro planejava gastar 16 milhões de euros at Sul21.
  4. Com big data, político de centro corre risco de sumir, afirma especialista at Folha de São Paulo.

Blog posts

Best links of the week #53

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Best links of the week from 20th January to 26th January

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Links

  1. Anscombe’s quartet at Wikipedia.
  2. Robust regression at Wikipedia.
  3. Generalized linear model at Wikipedia.
  4. Same Stats, Different Graphs: Generating Datasets with Varied Appearance and Identical Statistics through Simulated Annealing at Autodesk Research.
  5. Technologies to watch in 2020 at Nature.
  6. The value of owning more books than you can read at BIG THINK.
  7. Brazil is emerging as a world-class AI innovation hub at Venture Beat.
  8. How Brazil eliminated overpriced procurement with data at GovInsider.
  9. Inteligência artificial disparou avisos sobre Coronavírus at Tecmundo.
  10. DEVS BRASIL 2020 – A INSEGURANÇA E A SOBRECARGA ENCONTRADAS POR DEVS ENTRANDO NO MERCADO DE TECNOLOGIA.
  11. EMPRESAS LIGADAS A POLÍTICOS ELEITOS DEVEM R$ 2,8 BILHÕES AO GOVERNO FEDERAL at Nucleo.
  12. A indústria da música é viciada em dados – e as novas leis podem mandá-la para reabilitação at Privacy Tech.