Tag: statistics

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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 …

BestLinks, Causality, Data Science, R

Best links of the week #76

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 …

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Best links of the week #73

Reading time: 2 minutes Best links of the week from 6th July to 19th July Links Left-hand & right-hand side nomenclature in regression models at Cross Validated. Scientists invite 4,000 music fans to a live concert to assess spread of coronavirus at Classic FM. Solicitando dados via lei de acesso a informação at Escola de Dados. Doctor Penguin: Catch …

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Best links of the week #70

Reading time: 2 minutes Best links of the week from 18th May to 7th June Links Here are 450 Ivy League courses you can take online right now for free at FreeCodeCamp. Our weird behavior during the pandemic is messing with AI models at MIT Technology Review. microdatasus Python Package. Meet xaringan: Making slides in R Markdown by Alison …

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Best links of the week #62

Reading time: 2 minutes Best links of the week from 23rd March to 29th March Links Share Code from any Device. How Fast Does a Virus Spread? Let’s Do the Math at WIRED. The Promising Math Behind ‘Flattening the Curve’ at WIRED. SAS libera mais de 100 cursos online de análise de dados at CanalTech. Dashboard do Ministério da …

Causality, Data Science, PhD, R

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 #31

Reading time: 2 minutes This release of my best links of the week comes with A LOT of knowledge on bayesian reasoning and statistics. But that’s not it, there are also data for you to analyze, podcasts episodes and SEVERAL opportunities! 🙂

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Best links of the week #29

Reading time: 3 minutes Have you ever thought of drawing maps in R? How about measuring how unobserved confounders can mess your cause-effect analysis? Scraping data from your browser using just your browser? Come check out the most recent release of my best links of the week 🙂