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Tell me… how ugly is your bad data?

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Network analytics: more than pretty pictures

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Data Science - Where is it headed?

Posted by Amogh Borkar on August 13, 2014 at 1:32am

Assessing Model Accuracy - Part 2

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Assessing Model Accuracy: Part 1

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How Much Data Will You Have in 3 Years?

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Analyzing the Top LinkedIn Skills of CEOs

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How are BSP (binary space partition) trees used in machine learning algorithms?

One of the standard approaches in machine learning is called “instant based learning (IBL)”. K-Nearest neighbors algorithm is perhaps the most known amongst these appraoches. Special cases of BSPs called K-D trees are very often used in real world…Continue

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Started by Sai Reddy in Data Mining Software yesterday.

Challenge of the week: Zipf's Law

This challenge of the week consists of doing simulations to replicate the special clustering process described in our…Continue

Started by Vincent Granville in Data Mining Software yesterday.

Easiest way to learn machine learning.

There are some excellent resources here. But, I thought, the more helpful approach might be a plan and hence am adding one more answer to this list.My goal is to create a plan where you get to the level of average industry practitionerSkills you…Continue

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Started by Sai Reddy in Data Mining Software on Monday.

Challenge of the week - Modeling and explaining the law of series

We posted an article last week, proving with Monte-Carlo simulations the fact that events (accidents, casino winnings) tend to appear in clusters, with long accident-free time periods between clusters. A cluster is defined as a short time period…Continue

Started by Vincent Granville in Data Mining Software Aug 8.

 
 
 

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