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Why some portion of statistics is not used in data science?

Started Apr 26 0 Replies

Hi,I have learned insights including mean, middle, mode and distinctive testsbeing Z test, F test and chi-square and everything except by and large partaking introublesome numeric information…Continue

Add a criteria to the dataset in clustering?

Started Apr 6 0 Replies

Hi,I'm entirely new to ML and data science, so my inquiry might be somewhat senseless. I have a dataset, each column is a vector [a1,a2,a3,a3,...,an]. Those vectors are diverse in their estimations…Continue

Tags: dbscan, k-means, machine-learning, vector, python

Data science project example ?

Started Mar 16 0 Replies

Hi,Do anyone think about a github repo with a full efficient information science venture? Ideal in Python. My pastime venture regularly get mezzy with a blend of Python code and notesbook. A worked…Continue

How to use tools directory in “data science at the command line” repo?

Started Mar 8 0 Replies

Hi,I made a task to emulate the code in Jeroen Janssens' "Information Science at the Command Line". The GitHub repo is cloned to a nearby registry. (I would not like to utilize the Vagrant-based…Continue

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Why some portion of statistics is not used in data science?

Hi,I have learned insights including mean, middle, mode and distinctive testsbeing Z test, F test and chi-square and everything except by and large partaking introublesome numeric information expectation challenges like on kaggle and otherstages I barely observe anybody utilizing measurable tests like z, f, chi-square,standardization of information these - all we utilize boxplots, bar plots to see mean,middle, mode and so forth.my inquiry is the place these tests are a necessary part in…See More
Apr 26
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Add a criteria to the dataset in clustering?

Hi,I'm entirely new to ML and data science, so my inquiry might be somewhat senseless. I have a dataset, each column is a vector [a1,a2,a3,a3,...,an]. Those vectors are diverse in their estimations as well as in number of n and the aggregate A = a1 + a2 + a3 +...+ an.A large portion of the vectors have 5-6 measurements, with some special case at 15-20 measurements. By and large, their parts regularly have estimation of 40-50.I have attempted Kmeans, DBSCAN and GMM to bunch them:Kmeans general…See More
Apr 7
Matthias Chin liked vamsipriya's discussion Data science project example ?
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Data science project example ?

Hi,Do anyone think about a github repo with a full efficient information science venture? Ideal in Python. My pastime venture regularly get mezzy with a blend of Python code and notesbook. A worked out venture is the most ideal approach to take in some new traps.Thank youSee More
Mar 18
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How to use tools directory in “data science at the command line” repo?

Hi,I made a task to emulate the code in Jeroen Janssens' "Information Science at the Command Line". The GitHub repo is cloned to a nearby registry. (I would not like to utilize the Vagrant-based setup and wouldn't fret manual establishment.)The repo contains a devices index, yet it's indistinct to me how to dispatch any of the apparatuses from the charge line. They incorporate Drake, Rio, Scrape, Weka, among others.I know I'm missing something extremely straightforward, yet it's getting away…See More
Mar 13
vamsipriya posted a discussion

How to use tools directory in “data science at the command line” repo?

Hi,I made a task to emulate the code in Jeroen Janssens' "Information Science at the Command Line". The GitHub repo is cloned to a nearby registry. (I would not like to utilize the Vagrant-based setup and wouldn't fret manual establishment.)The repo contains a devices index, yet it's indistinct to me how to dispatch any of the apparatuses from the charge line. They incorporate Drake, Rio, Scrape, Weka, among others.I know I'm missing something extremely straightforward, yet it's getting away…See More
Mar 13
Lance Norskog replied to vamsipriya's discussion Information science work process with huge geospatial datasets?
"How do you wish to query the datasets? Does PostgresGeo give you the queries you want? It is the most pleasant GEO database API I've seen."
Mar 1
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Information science work process with huge geospatial datasets?

Hi,I am generally new to the docker approach so please hold on for me.The objective is to ingest huge geospatial datasets to Google Earth Motor utilizing an open source replicable approach. I got everything chipping away at my neighborhood machine and a Google Register Motor yet might want to make the approach available to others also.The vast static geospatial documents (NETCDF4) are as of now put away on Amazon S3 and Google Distributed storage (GEOTIFF). I require two or three python based…See More
Mar 1

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