Predicting The FIFA World Cup 2022 With a Simple Model using Python

And the winner is …. “Predicting The FIFA World Cup 2022 With a Simple Model using Python” is published by Frank Andrade in Towards Data Science.

Two Killer Jupyter Hacks That Are Guaranteed To Save You Hours Of Work Time

Jupyter Notebooks, because of their simple, streamlined, beginner-friendly, and sleek design, are almost indispensable to any Python-oriented task today. Thinking retrospectively, I cannot even…

Machine Learning Algorithms Cheat Sheet

The “no free lunch” theorem for machine learning states that there is no single machine learning algorithm that can solve all types of machine learning problems. Machine learning tasks can vary…

The No-Code Pandas Alternative That Data Scientists Have Been Waiting For

In this regard, drawing valuable insights from data is a fundamental skill every organization looks for in a data scientist. Thankfully, over the past few years, developers across the globe have…

How I’d Learn Data Science If I Could Start Over (4 Years In)

Two years ago, I wrote a similar article explaining how I’d learn data science if I could start over. Now that I’m four years into my career, which is double the amount of time, I’ve realized that…

I Used ChatGPT to Create an Entire AI Application on AWS

Two days ago OpenAI released ChatGPT, a new language model which is an improved version of GPT-3 and, possibly, gives us a peek into what GPT-4 will be capable of when it is released early next (as…

The Obscure Art of Data Design

The data careers space has been disgustingly hyped up. Not overhyped (there is incredible value to be had from data), but more like “mishyped” — a lot of people are generating data buzz for all the…

Why is Mean Squared Error (MSE) So Popular?

As a recovering statistician, I’ll be the first to tell you that my people are a painfully literal-minded bunch. Where AI folk favor more sci-fi-flavored names, stats folk love things to do exactly…

How to become a command-line wizard

One thing that I have consistently observed throughout my career is that the most productive data scientists and engineers have usually one thing in common: they’re command-line wizards. They can…

Using Causal ML Instead of A/B Testing

Using Causal ML Instead of A/B Testing. In complex environments, Causal ML is a powerful tool because it is more flexible than A/B Testing, and it doesn’t require strong….