Reading time: 2 minutes Best links of the week from 24th August to 30th August Links Difference-in-Difference Estimation at Columbia Public Health. Cluster Analysis Using K-Means at Columbia Public Health. Discrete Choice Analysis at Columbia Public Health. Exploratory Factor Analysis at Columbia Public Health. Instrumental Variables at Columbia Public Health. Spline Regression at Columbia Public Health. Principal Components Analysis …
Reading time: 2 minutes Best links of the week from 18th August to 23th August Links Facebook cria IA que acelera em 4 vezes exames de ressonância magnética at Olhar Digital. Quasi experiment at Wikipedia. Internal validity at Wikipedia. External validity at Wikipedia. cmx.js – a library for authoring xkcd-style comixes. Create your own xkcd-style comics using HTML markup. Blog posts …
Reading time: 3 minutes In this second part of the series “Continuous Machine Learning”, we will use Docker to speed up our GitHub Actions checks.
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 🙂
Reading time: 2 minutes Best links of the week from 30th March to 5th April Links MonitoraCovid-19 at Big Data Fiocruz. Livros Gratuitos da Springer at Marcus Nunes’ Blog. Painel de Leitos e Insumos dos estados brasileiros. See how your community is moving around differently due to COVID-19. Data extraction of Google’s COVID-19 Mobility Reports at vitorbaptista’s GitHub.
Reading time: 9 minutes Did Brazil really stopped with the COVID-19 pandemic? Let’s analyze some datasets from IBGE, the Ministry of Healthcare and data from Google Mobility report and check it out..
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!
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 …
Reading time: 8 minutes Do you want to know more about terms such as recall, specificity, sensitivity, precision, f-score, accuracy, ROC, AUC? Come with me! 😉
Reading time: < 1 minute More datasets for your analysis, more tips on tidyverse and R and the hitchhiker’s guide to feature extraction 🙂