The Entropy is one of the most important concepts in many fields like physics, mathematics, information theory, etc.
Entropy is related to the number of states that one stochastic system can take and how this system will evolve with time, in such a way that the uncertainty will be maximized.
This will happened y two ways, first, every system will choose the configuration with a higher degree of entropy among all that are available and second, if we let the system evolve, after…Continue
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In this brief blog post, I will explain how HQCC can be understood in terms of quantum Bayesian networks. In the process, I will…Continue
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Everyone wants to restart the economy safely. Everyone. The question isn’t “if”, it’s “when” and “how” and somehow that’s when politics gets involved. So, let’s stop pointing fingers at “others” and blaming them for the world’s woes. Now is the time to work together and create a plan to address the “when” and “how” questions. And here’s a…Continue
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In this post, we will be visualizing survey data for the top survey question types. I’m Tyler Lubben, founder of VizualSurvey, a survey data cleaning tool that cleans your survey data from any survey software so you can visualize it in any of our Tableau, Power BI, Spotfire or Qlik Sense prebuilt dashboard templates. Let’s go ahead and start!
Lets start off with an…Continue
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Process mining is changing the way enterprises operate and manage their processes. It tells the process ‘as-is’ and ensures that enterprises and process owners have complete knowledge of the working of their process. In their pursuit of process excellence, businesses can use process mining to truly know their process, evaluate it with the ideal process model, and optimize it when needed. Today, it is a game-changer in the business world but things were not the same just two decades…Continue
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This article was written by Jim Frost.
How do you compare regression lines statistically? Imagine you are studying the relationship between height and weight and want to determine whether this relationship differs between basketball players and non-basketball players. You can graph the two regression lines to see if they look different. However, you…Continue
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The energy sector is under constant development, and more of significant inventions and innovations are yet to come. The energy use has always been involved in other industries like agriculture, manufacturing, transportation, and many others. Thus these industries tend to enlarge…Continue
Finally, a new version of DataMelt (http://jwork.org/dmelt/), a Java-based data-analysis framework based on open-source software, was released. This release features significantly improved graphics to display data and mathematical objects in 3D. The updated canvas (called HPlotXYZ) uses Jzy3d and JOGL 2 to deploy deploy native OpenGL library. A few examples of images with data in 3D…Continue
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