After 25 Years of Coding in C And Perl. As an independent author/researcher, there is of course nothing in my “job description” that says I… Read More »Lessons Learned from Writing My First Python Script
Author and Publisher at MLtechniques.com. Machine learning scientist, mathematician, book author (Wiley), patent owner, former post-doc at Cambridge University, former VC-funded executive, with 20+ years of corporate experience including CNET, NBC, Visa, Wells Fargo, Microsoft, eBay. Vincent also founded and co-founded a few start-ups, including one with a successful exit (Data Science Central acquired by Tech Target).
If you are employed as a data scientist and have survived (or strived!) in your position for more than a year, chances are you are… Read More »18 Differences Between Good and Great Data Scientists
The success and growth of AI is undeniable. Yet there are still basic tasks performing poorly, despite or because of automation. In some cases, you… Read More »6 Business Applications that Badly Need Better AI
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I explain here how to do it in Excel. But the principle is general. You can produce this type of visualization with other tools. There… Read More »How to Make Glowing Visualizations – Literally
This tutorial explains how to build confidence regions (the 2D version of a confidence interval) using as little statistical theory as possible. I also avoid… Read More »Dual Confidence Regions: A Simple Introduction