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Christian Lira liked Richard Charles, PhD's blog post A Healthcare Problem in Need of a Data Analytics Solution
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Let's Add Coding to Writing in Mathematics

One of my most memorable experiences during my college years was having an English professor who spoke entirely in complete sentences.There were no spoken sentence fragments, dangling thoughts or misuse of adjectives, verbs or nouns. When I first met him, I was stunned at his level of commitment to this principle. I often wondered how challenging this must be for him and whether or not the journey had instances where a thought started and had to be gracefully abandoned into a mundane compromise…See More
Jul 21
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Let's Add Coding to Writing in Mathematics

One of my most memorable experiences during my college years was having an English professor who spoke entirely in complete sentences.There were no spoken sentence fragments, dangling thoughts or misuse of adjectives, verbs or nouns. When I first met him, I was stunned at his level of commitment to this principle. I often wondered how challenging this must be for him and whether or not the journey had instances where a thought started and had to be gracefully abandoned into a mundane compromise…See More
Jul 21
Richard Charles, PhD posted a blog post

The Call for a New Device for Data Scientists

My first computer was a Commodore Vic-20 in 1981. I bought the device because of this incredible urge to program in BASIC as a result of Mr. Ted Becker’s course on computer programming. I vaguely remember the leap from the pain-staking process of programming using punch cards to writing code and watching your program run immediately, once you resolved all of the syntax errors of course. Nonetheless, it was thrilling and addictive! In hindsight, a part of that addiction was a result of being…See More
Jun 6
Richard Charles, PhD's blog post was featured

The Call for a New Device for Data Scientists

My first computer was a Commodore Vic-20 in 1981. I bought the device because of this incredible urge to program in BASIC as a result of Mr. Ted Becker’s course on computer programming. I vaguely remember the leap from the pain-staking process of programming using punch cards to writing code and watching your program run immediately, once you resolved all of the syntax errors of course. Nonetheless, it was thrilling and addictive! In hindsight, a part of that addiction was a result of being…See More
Jun 6
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Technology Use as a Function of Device Type

I’m frustrated! Being a Technophile poses several problems that seem to go unaddressed by leaders of the “Big Tech” firms. As the big firms such as Apple, Google and Samsung continue to develop impressively beautiful, technologically capable, faster and yes, addictive technologies, consumers are left with solving a very complex problem. That is, “how does one optimize the use and efficacy of their technology devices?” To answer this question, I must share with you that I have yet to solve the…See More
May 23
Richard Charles, PhD's blog post was featured

Technology Use as a Function of Device Type

I’m frustrated! Being a Technophile poses several problems that seem to go unaddressed by leaders of the “Big Tech” firms. As the big firms such as Apple, Google and Samsung continue to develop impressively beautiful, technologically capable, faster and yes, addictive technologies, consumers are left with solving a very complex problem. That is, “how does one optimize the use and efficacy of their technology devices?” To answer this question, I must share with you that I have yet to solve the…See More
May 23
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Short Bio
Applied Mathematician contributing to the field of Data Science.
My Web Site Or LinkedIn Profile
http://linkedin.com/in/richard-charles-ph-d-377001175
Field of Expertise
Data Science, Machine Learning, AI, Business Analytics, Deep Learning, Blockchain
Professional Status
Executive
Years of Experience:
10
Your Company:
Charles Analytics, LLC
Industry:
Business, Finance
Your Job Title:
Founder, CEO & Chief Data Scientist
Interests:
Contributing, Networking, Finding a new position

Richard Charles, PhD's Blog

Let's Add Coding to Writing in Mathematics

Posted on July 19, 2019 at 6:00pm 0 Comments

One of my most memorable experiences during my college years was having an English professor who spoke entirely in complete sentences.There were no spoken sentence fragments, dangling thoughts or misuse of adjectives, verbs or nouns. When I first met him, I was stunned at his level of commitment to this principle. I often wondered how challenging this must be for him and whether or not the…

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The Call for a New Device for Data Scientists

Posted on June 2, 2019 at 12:00am 0 Comments

My first computer was a Commodore Vic-20 in 1981. I bought the device because of this incredible urge to program in BASIC as a result of Mr. Ted Becker’s course on computer programming. I vaguely remember the leap from the pain-staking process of programming using punch cards to writing code and watching your program run immediately, once you resolved all of the syntax errors of course. Nonetheless, it was thrilling and addictive! In hindsight, a…

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Technology Use as a Function of Device Type

Posted on April 28, 2019 at 12:30pm 0 Comments

I’m frustrated! Being a Technophile poses several problems that seem to go unaddressed by leaders of the “Big Tech” firms. As the big firms such as Apple, Google and Samsung continue to develop impressively beautiful, technologically capable, faster and yes, addictive technologies,…

Continue

A Healthcare Problem in Need of a Data Analytics Solution

Posted on March 28, 2019 at 8:00pm 0 Comments



A recent visit to a local hospital provided some insight on a particular problem in health care. After speaking to a few healthcare professionals, it was revealed that patients who have surgery are at a significantly higher risk at developing a Pulmonary Embolism (PE) as a result of a Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) or blood clot. Clots are also referred to as a thrombus. However, once a clot begins to travel it is called…

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