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[Job] WalmartLabs – Data Scientists, 40 openings (San Francisco, CA)

@WalmartLabs will be in Seattle in late May for a full round of local interviews in consideration for all kinds of awesome engineering oppo…

Started by Vincent Granville

0 May 6, 2012

In terms of career prospects, is it better to be an analytic 'niche expert', or an analytic generalist?

Recruiters seem to favor candidates with very specialized skills nowadays. If think on the long term, it is better be a generalist with a f…

Started by Vincent Granville

2 May 5, 2012
Reply by Gregory Piatetsky

What is machine data?

To me it represents data generated by machines and used to communicate automatically between machines, without human intervention. Examples…

Started by Vincent Granville

0 Apr 29, 2012

J.D. Opdyke, Author: A Powerful and Robust Nonparametric Statistic for Joint Mean-Variance Quality Control

For statistical process control, a number of single charts that jointly monitor both process mean and variability recently have been develo…

Started by J.D. Opdyke

0 Mar 9, 2012

Estimating Operational Risk Capital: the Challenges of Truncation, the Hazards of MLE, and the Promise of Robust Statistics

J.D. Opdyke and Alex Cavallo In operational risk measurement, the estimation of severity distribution parameters is the main driver of capi…

Started by J.D. Opdyke

0 Feb 16, 2012

J.D. Opdyke, Author: New General Algorithm to Enumerate Both Integer Compositions & Partitions

A Unified Approach to Algorithms Generating Unrestricted and Restricted Integer Compositions and Integer Partitions, Journal of Mathematica…

Started by J.D. Opdyke

0 Feb 15, 2012

J.D. Opdyke, Author: Bootstraps, Permutation Tests, and Sampling With and Without Replacement Orders of Magnitude Faster Using SAS®

A very efficient approach to random sampling in SAS® achieves speed increases orders of magnitude faster than the relevant "built-in" SAS®…

Started by J.D. Opdyke

0 Feb 12, 2012

Carnival Corp.: Predictive entropic analysis

CCL (Carnival Corp) fell from 2004 to 2008 from $58 to less than $15. Entropically speaking it reached rW(BW) on our weekly chart. B and W…

Started by Entropix

4 Jan 18, 2012
Reply by Tim Matteson

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