Data Science Austria

AI Problems are Human Problems

I have no illusions about the nature of wide-scale problem solving throughout the course of history. Rarely are sweeping changes noticed, worked on, and introduced to the populous by genius technocrats. Instead, magical innovations are often the synthesis of seemingly disparate ideas; cultural shifts do not occur due to governmental … Read moreAI Problems are Human Problems

Interactive Data Visualization with Python Using Bokeh

Simple and basic go-through example Recently I came over this library, learned a little about it, tried it, of course, and decided to share my thoughts. From official website: “Bokeh is an interactive visualization library that targets modern web browsers for presentation. Its goal is to provide elegant, concise construction … Read moreInteractive Data Visualization with Python Using Bokeh

Reinforcement Learning with Hindsight Experience Replay

Sparse and Binary Rewards Reinforcement learning has gained a lot of popularity in recent years due some spectacular successes such as defeating the Go world champion and (very recently) winning matches against top professionals in the popular Real time strategy game StarCraft 2. One of the impressive aspects of achievements such … Read moreReinforcement Learning with Hindsight Experience Replay

Travelling in the BlockChain Ecosystem with Python

First things first, you’ll want to download Anaconda on your local machine, and set up a conda with Python 3.5+ in an environment, then launch a Jupyter Notebook to run the code below chunks. Better yet, if you haven’t already tried, run the following code in Google Collab for free. … Read moreTravelling in the BlockChain Ecosystem with Python

Using Data Science to read 10 years of Luxembourguish newspapers from the 19th century

I have been playing around with historical newspaper data (seehere andhere). I have extracted thedata from the largest archive available, as described in the previous blog post, and now createda shiny dashboard where it is possible to visualize the most common words per article, as well asread a summary of … Read moreUsing Data Science to read 10 years of Luxembourguish newspapers from the 19th century

Announcing new software peer review editors: Melina Vidoni and Brooke Anderson

We are pleased to welcome Brooke Anderson and Melina Vidoni to our team of Associate Editors for rOpenSci Software Peer Review. They join Scott Chamberlain, Anna Krystalli, Lincoln Mullen, Karthik Ram, Noam Ross and Maëlle Salmon. With the addition of Brooke and Melina, our editorial board now includes four women … Read moreAnnouncing new software peer review editors: Melina Vidoni and Brooke Anderson