I’ve been recently playing around with ‘arviz’. For those of you who don’t know Arviz is a library for exploratory analysis Bayesian Models. I’ve got a Bayesian model built – or someone has built one for me, how do I explore it? How do I plot it? This is the fundamental question that Arviz answers.… Continue reading How do I visualise the results of a Bayesian Model: Rugby models in Arviz
I’m seeing a very fuzzy line between where technical business analysts end & IT teams begin. Y’all know of good articles/books on managing responsibilities when coding analysts on the biz side interface with IT dev teams? Seems tricky. #rstats #pydata #python — JD Long (@CMastication) October 19, 2018 My friend JD Long, has been a… Continue reading I’m an Analyst and the software engineers made fun of my code!
I interviewed one of the core members of the Pandas Python Library Masaaki Horikoshi (sinhrks). I was really happy to interview him, and glad to show that Data-science and software development are really global things 🙂 I lightly edited his answers at his request because English is not his native language. My Biography: I work as… Continue reading Interview with a Data Scientist Tool Developer
The Setup has always been one of my favorite sites on the internet. I love seeing how other people – in vastly different careers – get their work done. Though I don’t craft Chinese soliders out of cardboard or anything nearly that fascinating, I thought it would be a fun exercise to put together my own version. Who… Continue reading The Setup
http://www.arnoldkling.com/blog/the-obamacare-suitsgeeks-divide/The failure of Obama cares major software product shows the complexity of designing good software. This was not some simplistic website, but a combination of technically demanding backend systems and intense negotiation with insurance brokerages. It is a simplistic dichotomy to say that MBA types don’t speak the same language as software engineers – and… Continue reading On Obamacare – and the failure of projects.