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Scrape and Summarize News Articles in 5 Lines of Python Code

Install the package: $ pip install newspaper3k Now, let’s ask newspaper3k to scrape the article, extract information and summarize it for us. >>> from newspaper import Article>>> article = Article(‘https://www.npr.org/2019/07/10/740387601/university-of-texas-austin-promises-free-tuition-for-low-income-students-in-2020’)>>> article.download()>>> article.parse()>>> article.nlp() That’s all folks. 5 lines of code including package importing. If you proceeded all previous steps and … Read moreScrape and Summarize News Articles in 5 Lines of Python Code

Creating Web Applications with D3 Observable

I’ve written previously about bringing D3 into web applications here, looking at how to bind D3 visuals to UI elements. The purpose was to encourage moving beyond stand-alone visuals and get people prototyping fuller applications. Real applications solicit feedback because they get used, helping us validate analyses beyond usual statistical … Read moreCreating Web Applications with D3 Observable

The Subtle Art of Fixing and Modifying Learning Rate

An introduction to learning rate hyper-parameter and principles and procedures to find a good starting value and adapting it over the course of training. Picture from internet Learning rate is one of the most critical hyper-parameters and has the potential to decide the fate of your deep learning algorithm. If … Read moreThe Subtle Art of Fixing and Modifying Learning Rate

Data Leakage in Machine Learning

How to prevent issues that reduce the quality of your models and/or cause inconsistent results https://media.giphy.com/media/EHcpe9guGONCU/giphy.gif When training a machine learning model, we normally aim for the model that scores the highest on some metric, such as accuracy. Naturally, then, when we train a model that appears to score very … Read moreData Leakage in Machine Learning

How to use the Split-Apply-Combine strategy in Pandas groupby

Master the Split-Apply-Combine pattern in Python with this visual guide to Pandas groupby-apply. TL;DR Pandas groupby-apply is an invaluable tool in a Python data scientist’s toolkit. You can go pretty far with it without fully understanding all of its internal intricacies. However, sometimes that can manifest itself in unexpected behavior … Read moreHow to use the Split-Apply-Combine strategy in Pandas groupby

A Data Driven Analysis of the Kemba-Kyrie “swap”

Using Python’s Data Science Modules to break down Statistics and advanced metrics to see which player is the better fit for the Boston Celtics. Kyrie Irving and Kemba Walker on their former teams (1) This NBA off-season was a firework of movements across the league. It seems like ages ago … Read moreA Data Driven Analysis of the Kemba-Kyrie “swap”

Audio AI: isolating instruments from stereo music using Convolutional Neural Networks

hacking music towards the democratization of derivative content This is the second article under the ‘Audio AI’ series I began back in March and it can be considered Part 2 after my first article on vocal isolation using CNNs. If you haven’t read that one yet, I highly recommend you … Read moreAudio AI: isolating instruments from stereo music using Convolutional Neural Networks