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Best links of the week #52

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Best links of the week from 13th January to 19th January

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Links

  1. Mapping China’s Global Development Footprint at aiddata.
  2. The Professional Data Science Manifesto.
  3. From Physics to Data Science by Martina Pugliese.
  4. “You and Your Research” by Richard Hamming at Gabriel Robins‘s website.
  5. Liverpool are using incredible data science during matches, and effects are extraordinary.
  6. Koch’s postulates at Wikipedia.
  7. Dados relativos ao pagamento do Bolsa FamĂ­lia.
  8. sensemakr R package.

Best links of the week #31

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Best links of the week from 5th August to 11th August

Source: here.

Links

  1. randomizr: R Package for randomized experiments.
  2. Bayes’rule: Guide (course with several different levels).
  3. Extracting Brazilian schools census data with R at Fernando Barbalho’s gists.
  4. Download all data from DATASUS (several Brazilian health-related datasets) with R at Fernando Barbalho’s gists.

Best links of the week #1

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Best links of the week from 7th January to 13th January.

Blog/posts

  1. Price’s Law: Why Only A Few People Generate Half Of The Results at Darius Foroux’s blog.
  2. Why every data scientist shall read “The Book of Why” by Judea Pearl at Towards Data Science.
  3. Understanding Purposive Sampling at ThoughtCo., which is a non-probability sampling, as opposed to random sampling. More about it here at Research Methodology.
  4. Why it’s time to publish research “failures” at Elsevier Connect.
  5. If your journal still uses “statistical significance” in 2017, retire your statistical consultant at Miguel Hernán’s Twitter feed.
  6. Todos os filmes originais Netflix, classificados do pior ao melhor at Revista Bula.
  7. Links of the Week at Marcus Nunes’ blog, from where I took the idea to start my links of the week.
  8. ML IS NOT SORCERY: UNDERSTANDABLE MACHINE LEARNING FEATURES WITH DEEP HAAR SCATTERING NETWORKS at Fernando Fernandes’ blog.