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I am pleased to announce survivoR 0.9.2 is now on CRAN. The survivoR data package is a collection of datasets […]
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I am pleased to announce survivoR 0.9.2 is now on CRAN. The survivoR data package is a collection of datasets […]
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596 episodes. 40 seasons. 1 package! I’m a pretty big fan of Survivor and have religiously watched every season since […]
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What’s that saying? Choice is the enemy of happiness, or something like that. There are so many colour palettes out […]
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Generative Adversarial Networks are great for generating something from essentially nothing and there are some interesting uses for them. Most […]
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Bayesian networks are really useful for many applications and one of those is to simulate new data. Bayes nets represent […]
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Previously I posted on how to apply gradient descent on linear regression as an example. With that as background it’s […]
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If you’re like me, when running a process through a loop you’ll add in counters and progress indicators. That way […]
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In my previous post I built a Shiny app mapping accidents on Queensland roads which was great at showing the […]
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The Queensland government collects data on road accidents dating back to 1st January 2001 and details characteristics of the incident […]
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Every so often a problem arises where it’s appropriate to use gradient descent, and it’s fun (and / or easier) […]
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It’s generally accepted that Martingale betting strategies don’t work. But people still gravitate towards them because they are intuitive. I […]
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ggplot – You can spot one from a mile away, which is great! And when you do it’s a silent […]
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Townsville, Qld, has been inundated with torrential rain and has broken the record of the largest rainfall over a 10 […]
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In my last post I looked at generating synthetic data sets with the ‘synthpop’ package, some of the challenges and […]
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Synthpop – A great music genre and an aptly named R package for synthesising population data. I recently came across […]
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In my last post I coded Liar’s Dice in R and some brainless bots to play against. I build on […]
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I have been playing Red Dead Redemption 2, immersing myself in the Old West as I did with the first […]
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Recently I developed a solution using a Hidden Markov Model and was quickly asked to explain myself. What are they […]
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Bayesian Networks are probabilistic graphical models and they have some neat features which make them very useful for many problems. […]
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I recently purchased a new laptop with an Intel i7-8750 6 core CPU with multi-threading meaning I have 12 logical […]
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