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I've found the following tweet by Winston Chang. For whatever reasons, it went viral. It compares two pieces of code doing the same thing, but the one at the bottom runs 300 times faster.
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The Hundred-Page Machine Learning Book

*New book, in progress. By Andriy Burkov, Machine Learning Team Leader at Gartner.*

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The Math Behind Machine Learning

Let’s look at several techniques in machine learning and the math topics that are used in the process.

In linear regression, we try to find the best fit line or hyperplane for a…

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