In this blog post, I’ll explain how someone can take advantage of Singularity to make R or Python packages available as an image file to users. This is a necessity...continue reading.
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This is code that will encompany an article that will appear in a special edition of a German IT magazine. The article is about explaining black-box machine learning models. In...continue reading.
I just got back from attending this amazing conference in Paris:http://www.go-isop.org/stan-for-pharmacometrics—paris-franceA few people were disturbed/surprised by the fact that I am linguist (“what are you doing at an pharmacometrics conference?”)….continue reading.
There is interest in bitcoin at the moment because it is displaying signs of steady year to year growth with brief boosts followed by rapid declines. It is considered a...continue reading.
Poster: https://zenodo.org/record/1323780 Land-cover change is a pervasive phenomenon caused by climate change, and, in recent decades, by the rapid population growth and accelerated industrialization. Therefore, the assessment of land cover...continue reading.
For More posts on Bayesian models, Bayesian Nonparametrics, and causal inference follow me on twitter @stablemarkets. My advisor and his collaborator are teaching a short course on Bayesian Nonparametric Methods...continue reading.
In the previous post, I have showed how to visualize near real-time data using Python and Dash module. And it is time to see one of the many ways, how...continue reading.
Abstract: In this post we use R’s capabilities to solve nonlinear equation systems in order to answer an extension of the hanging cable problem to suspension bridges. We then use...continue reading.
Arnab Chakraborty on The Monty Hall Problem and Bayes’ Theorem – The Central Equilibrium – Episode 6
I am pleased to welcome Arnab Chakraborty back to my talk show, “The Central Equilibrium“, to talk about the Monty Hall Problem and Bayes’ theorem. In this episode, he shows...continue reading.