Data Science Austria

Climate Heatmaps Made Easy

Investigating Paleoclimate Data with Pandas and Seaborn Some time ago Dr. Ed Hawkins, who happens to be the creator of the Climate Spirals, released to the world the Warming Stripes graph for Annual Global Temperature ranging from 1850–2017. The concept is simple but also very informative: each stripe represents the temperature … Read moreClimate Heatmaps Made Easy

AI For Everyone: What Andrew Ng want to convey with this Non Technical Course in 30 points.

Thank you Andrew Ng! Overall I liked the course, I wish there could have been more for Human Resources professionals who should understand tools like tensorflow, keras etc. But once again, It was good to see Andrew Ng back in action. Just a last joke to finish it off! Why … Read moreAI For Everyone: What Andrew Ng want to convey with this Non Technical Course in 30 points.

Generative Adversarial Networks: Revitalizing old video game textures

A pixel art gif I generated with the model. Not too shabby. If there is one thing that people love to talk about in video games, it is the fidelity of their graphics. A measure of gaming progress throughout the years has been the ability of modern day hardware to bring … Read moreGenerative Adversarial Networks: Revitalizing old video game textures

Boosting: Is It Always The Best Option?

Gradient boosting has become quite a popular technique in the area of machine learning. Given its reputation for achieving potentially higher accuracy than other models, it has become particularly popular as a “go-to” model for Kaggle competitions. However, use of gradient boosting raises two questions: Does this technique really outperform … Read moreBoosting: Is It Always The Best Option?