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drat All The ?! : Enabling Easier Package Discovery and Installation with Your Own CRAN-like Repo for Your Packages

I’ve got a work-in-progress drat-ified CRAN-like repo for (eventually) all my packages over at CINC (“CINC is not CRAN” and it also sounds like “sync”). This is in parallel with a co-location/migration of all my packages to SourceHut (just waiting for the sr.ht alpha API to be baked) and a … Read moredrat All The ?! : Enabling Easier Package Discovery and Installation with Your Own CRAN-like Repo for Your Packages

Classification Algorithm Using Probability Patterns

Classification algorithm uses probability kernels(patterns) which are created by applying binary matrix approach on image filtering kernels’ structure. Hello the people who are interested in artificial intelligence and human brain. According to my delusions, I modeled the neurons in human brain. According to the model, I created a classification algorithm. … Read moreClassification Algorithm Using Probability Patterns

How to make your model awesome with Optuna

Example walk-through Jason and the Argonauts source Data I used the 20 newsgroups dataset from Scikit-Learn to prepare the experiment. You can find the data import below: Model It’s a Natural Language Processing problem, and the model’s pipeline contains a feature extraction step and a classifier. The code for the … Read moreHow to make your model awesome with Optuna

A step by step explanation of Principal Component Analysis

The purpose of this post is to provide a complete and simplified explanation of Principal Component Analysis, and especially to answer how it works step by step, so that everyone can understand it and make use of it, without necessarily having a strong mathematical background. PCA is actually a widely … Read moreA step by step explanation of Principal Component Analysis

Artificial Intelligence can never be truly intelligent

Let’s say I’m locked in a room and given a large batch of Chinese writing. I don’t know any Chinese, neither written nor spoken. I can’t even differentiate the writing from other similar scripts, such as Japanese. Now, I receive a second batch of writing, but this time with a … Read moreArtificial Intelligence can never be truly intelligent

CDSBMexico: remember to apply for BioC2019 travel scholarships

This blog post was first published at the CDSBMexico website. #CDSBMexico: remember to apply for BioC2019 travel scholarships!! Due date is March 15thhttps://t.co/iegG0qQzwu Let us help you! Here we give you some ideas ?We can also give you feedback via Slack ✅#rstats #bioconductor @Bioconductor #bioc2019 #diversity #LatAm #rstatsES pic.twitter.com/EORg8d2Qxj — … Read moreCDSBMexico: remember to apply for BioC2019 travel scholarships