Introduction Last week I analyzed player rankings of the Arkham Horror LCG classes. This week I explain what I did in the data analysis. As I mentioned, this is the...continue reading.
Introduction Months ago, I asked a question to the community: how should I organize my R research projects? After writing that post, doing some reading, then putting a plan in...continue reading.
Introduction Now here is a blog post that has been sitting on the shelf far longer than it should have. Over a year ago I wrote an article about problems...continue reading.
Introduction The Forgotten Age cycle of Arkham Horror is at a close and Fantasy Flight Games already announced the next cycle, The Circle Undone. Not only that, they’ve announced two...continue reading.
Introduction These past few weeks I’ve been writing about a new package I created, MCHT. Those blog posts were basically tutorials demonstrating how to use the package. (Read the first...continue reading.
Introduction Last week I announced the first release of MCHT, an R package that facilitates bootstrap and Monte Carlo hypothesis testing. In this article, I will elaborate on some important...continue reading.
MCHT is an R package for bootstrap and Monte Carlo hypothesis testing currently available on GitHub.continue reading.
I announced months ago that one of my video courses, Unpacking NumPy and Pandas, was going to be turned into a book. Today I’m pleased to announce that this book...continue reading.
I love Arkham Horror; The Card Game. I love it more than I really should;it’s ridiculously fun. It’s a cooperative card game where you build a deck representing a character...continue reading.
Learn Foundations of Python Natural Language Processing and Computer Vision with my Video Course: Applications of Statistical Learning with Python
This final course caps the series off with applications. The first half of the course covers two major areas of AI: natural language processing (NLP) and computer vision (CV). In...continue reading.
Originally posted on The Geokook.: When I was considering submitting my paper on psd to J. Stat. Soft. (JSS), I kept noticing that the time from “Submitted” to “Accepted” was nearly two years...continue reading.
Last fall my adviser alerted me to the [MSRI workshop on high-dimensional data](http://www.msri.org/summer_schools/827) and suggested I may be interested. I applied and was accepted to participate. Thus, from July 9th...continue reading.
The team at Packt will internally turn the video course Unpacking NumPy and Pandas into a book. This means there will be yet another format for people to learn from...continue reading.