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Forecasting Medium Subscriber Count With Facebook Prophet Sep 22, 2022 machine learning & data science & writing & tutorial & python & tutorials & Python I’m going to share some code that I stole and cobbled together to forecast my Medium subscriber growth using ARIMA and Facebook’s Prophet python Support Vector Machine Optimization of Gamma and C Sep 19, 2022 tutorials & Data Science Data Science and Machine Learning Roundup Jan 30, 2022 Data Science & Machine Learning & Blogging In this week’s Data Science and Machine Learning link round-up, we’ll share some links that caught our (my) eye during the past few weeks. Python to the Rescue Nov 14, 2021 Data Science & AI Machine Learning & Python & Blogging I’m evaluating whether or not I should move this blog to another CMS platform so I can start building a community around it like it was before. Restarting the Site Nov 10, 2021 Data Science & AI Machine Learning & Blogging I shut Neural Market Trends down on the last day of August thinking it was going to be for good. Things have changed on my end and I’m thinking of Kubernetes & Julia Language Aug 1, 2021 Kubernetes & Julia Language & Data Science & AI Machine Learning & Blogging I’m coming up on my 3rd anniversary at H2O.ai and we’ve embarked on an interesting pivot of sorts. Our new product is based on Kubernetes. At first Orange 3 is impressive Oct 7, 2017 Machine Learning & Data Science & tutorials & Orange I’ve been keeping a lazy eye on Orange over the years and it’s (fairly) recent update has made it quite an impressive contender in the Data Science #Python overtakes R for Data Science Sep 7, 2017 Python & R & Data Science & News This is really big news from KD Nuggets Product Qualified Lead Model - The Review Aug 25, 2017 pql & data science & thoughts & Startups One of the big corporate strategy things I worked on was developing and putting into production a PQL model. It was essentially a propensity to buy Correlation can imply Casuality if Aug 23, 2017 data science & Thoughts The ever famous correlaton doesn’t imply causality, but does it in certain conditions? Interesting video on the causal networks Keras and NLTK Aug 15, 2017 Data Science & Deep Learning & Keras & NLTK & Python & Text Analytics & Text Mining & Thoughts & tutorials I’ve been doing a lot more Python hacking, especially around text mining and using the deep learning library Keras and NLTK. Normally I’d do most of Is it Possible to Automate Data Science? Jul 10, 2017 automation & data science & rapidminer & Thoughts A few months ago I read about a programmer that automated his job down to the point where the coffee machine would make him lattes! Despite the Data Science Helps Us Ask the Right Questions Jun 29, 2017 data science & Thoughts Data Science on a daily basis but sometimes we forget why we’re really doing it. It’s not to spend hours coding but rather it’s to answer often RapidMiner Training 2017 Jun 18, 2017 Training & Data Science & RapidMiner & news & Personal #RapidMiner Training 2017 I just capped off a 4 day RapidMiner training class in NYC last week. It was a ton of fun and I got to meet lots of super Chat with Traders - Episode 121 May 31, 2017 Data Science & markets & trading & Stocks Maoxian has been posting his notes on some trader interviews he’s been listening too. The topic is about the quality of decision making in the Latest Writing Elsewhere December 2016 Jan 3, 2017 blogging & data science & rapidminer & writing & Writing It’s hard to believe but 2016 is over. Here’s a list of my writings elsewhere in December 2016. I’m also including some RapidMiner community Rebuilding a Blog - Part 4 Oct 4, 2016 Content Marketing & Internet & Data Science & RapidMiner & blogging & Traffic This post on rebuilding a blog is continuation of my previous post. In this post I wanted to review some goals I created in Google Analytics. These Rebuilding a Blog - Part 3 Sep 6, 2016 Content Marketing & Internet & Data Science & RapidMiner & blogging & Traffic This post on rebuilding a blog is continuation of my previous post. My new SEO strategy is starting to pay off and I owe it all to tweaking the Rebuilding a Blog - Part 2 Aug 5, 2016 Content Marketing & Internet & Data Science & RapidMiner & blogging & Traffic What’s not surprising is that my readers come from all over the world. The map below are where they came from in the first half of 2016. The