Now that I am done with the computational foundations of ML in python, I can not in good conscience proceed to other topics in maths, without touching on some basic statistics. Here is a brief note on statistics.
Imhotep is gradually becoming a charm and he stopped coming on the second Friday of every other month. He now shows up frequently but his appearance is now immune to any precise predictions. I continued to take notes in my dream notepad sitting right by my bed lamp, and my friends continued to ignore my Read More
He comes on the second Friday of virtually every other month, and I get to ask all sort of questions. He gave pithy answers mostly; but then I can’t say for sure. Were the answers pithy or I just can’t remember? I can’t picture his face, the last time I tried to look I saw Read More
In this notebook, I demonstrated a few visualization techniques using my reading data from Goodreads.
Pandas is an open source python library that is used for data handling and manipulation. It was developed to work with the NumPy library.
NumPy is an inescapable package for scientific computing in python. You can think of it as a foundation for numerous python packages…
A web-based application in the form of a notebook that can be used for storing (and sharing) codes, notes, mathematical equations, and visualizations.
About 2 months ago, I announced this new blog section. I will be starting with machine learning over the next several months, and here is a peep at the blog outline.
Long, long ago, during the days of the great Macows. When the earth shook of wisdom, down to its knee. During the days where great and sincere intellectuals were easy to come by, like sands on the beach. A group of intellectual itinerants were particularly famous. They roamed Siaulai and had occasional and fecund lectures Read More
Timothy Tableau: The Mark Zuckerberg Professor of Philosophy Pete Palu: The Florida Power Professor of Biology They both walked the corridor in their usual manner. They sat in the patio, on the same wooden bench that had been beaten, almost to death, by the violent southern rain. Tableau: You should probably know Zizek, or like him. Read More