Rachael Rho – H2O Open Tour in NYC

Post written by Rachael Rho: H2O Flow I wanted to share an interesting, H2O Flow hands-on workshop I participated in with the H2O Open Tour conference last week. H2O Flow is a notebook-style open-source user interface for H2O, similar to iPython Notebook or RStudio. Many thanks to Amy for walking

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Lucia Palova – PyGotham 2016

Post written by Lucia Palova: PyGotham 2016 – A peek into the world of data Thanks to WiMLDS, I attended the PyGotham 2106 conference this year. The two-day event hosted about eighty excellent talks with topics ranging from getting and handling data (for example, Tracy Osborn’s Design for Non-Designers, Adrian

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Felice Ho – PyGotham 2016

Post written by Felice Ho: Fun with Music and NLP Thank you to conference organizers and WiMLDS for the chance to attend PyGotham 2016 at the United Nations! My favorite talks were related to music. Curiosity on how music streaming companies give users personalized recommendations led me to attend ‘Vector

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Q & A with Meta Brown – Author of Data Mining for Dummies

This article is cross-posted on the Datascope blog. At the inaugural Chicago Women and Machine Learning & Data Science event, Meta Brown presented CRISP-DM: The Dominant Process for Data Mining. CRISP-DM is a popular data mining process; in fact, when a KDNuggets poll asked respondents what methodology they use for

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Isha’s PyData Medium Post

Post taken from Isha’s Medium blog: PyData NYC 2015 Where Python and Data have beautiful babies Python enthusiasts who are interested in data analysis have no doubt used at least one, if not many, of the scientific computing libraries such as numpy, scipy, pandas, scikit-learn, statsmodels, matplotlib andIPython/Jupyter. It’s hard

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Samantha Bail PyGotham WordPress blog

Post taken from Samantha Bail WordPress blog: PyGotham 2015 When Python met the Cookie Monster Thanks to the NYC Women in Machine Learning & Data Science meetup group, I was able to attend this year’s PyGotham conference on a weekend in late August. With PyGotham being a fairly young conference

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