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Student of in machine learning.
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http://alexhwoods.com
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Business Analytics, Data Mining, Statistical Programming, Artificial Intelligence
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Linear Algebra in Julia

Posted on August 23, 2015 at 4:30pm 0 Comments

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Most people (including myself) are drawn to Julia by its lofty goals. Speed of C, statistical packages of R, and ease of Python?—it sounds two good to be true. However, I haven't seen anyone who has looked into it say the developers behind the language aren't on track to accomplish these goals.…

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Generating Text Using a Markov Model

Posted on August 4, 2015 at 8:00pm 0 Comments

A Markov Chain is a random process, where we assume the previous state(s) hold sufficient predictive power in predicting the next state. Unlike flipping a coin, these events are dependent.…

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Introduction to Monte Carlo Methods

Posted on July 25, 2015 at 6:00pm 5 Comments

I’m going to keep this tutorial light on math, because the goal is just to give a general understanding.

The idea of Monte Carlo methods is this—generate some random samples for some random variable of interest, then use these samples to compute values you’re interested in.

I know, super broad. The truth is Monte Carlo has a ton of different applications. It’s…

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Guide To Linear Regression

Posted on July 19, 2015 at 8:31am 1 Comment

Linear regression is one of the first things you should try if you’re modeling a linear relationship (actually, non-linear relationships too!). It’s fairly simple, and probably the first thing to learn when tackling machine learning.

At first, linear regression shows up just as a simple equation for a line. In machine learning, the weights are usually represented by a vector θ (in statistics they’re often represented…

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At 4:06pm on August 5, 2015, John MacCuish said…

Hi Alex, 

You might enjoy some meanderings into quasi-random point generation here:

http://learningandotherthings.blogspot.com/2015/07/anti-clustering.html and other little topics in my blog.

Cheers,
John

 
 
 

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