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Git/Github for contributing to package development

February 13, 2020
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Git/Github for contributing to package development

Disclaimer: I have no affiliation with Microsoft’s GitHub, GitLab, CodeCademy or D2L team.

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Feedback forms for contributing

February 6, 2020
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To those who are not comfortable with using Git/Version Control yet: I’ve created detailed feedback forms for the tools that I’m actively maintaining.

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nnetsauce for R

January 30, 2020
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nnetsauce for R

nnetsauce is now available to R users (currently, a development version). As a reminder, for those who are interested, the following page illustrates different use-cases for the nnetsauce, including deep learning application examples. This post from September 18 is about an Adaptive Boosting (boosting) algorithm variant available in the nnetsauce. This other post from September 25 presents a Bootstrap...

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A new version of nnetsauce (v0.3.1)

January 23, 2020
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A new version of nnetsauce (v0.3.1)

A new version (v0.3.1) of nnetsauceis now available. The stable version on PyPi, and a development version on Github. Notable changes for this new version are:

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ESGtoolkit, a tool for Monte Carlo simulation (v0.2.0)

January 16, 2020
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ESGtoolkit, a tool for Monte Carlo simulation (v0.2.0)

I’m still receiving questions about ESGtoolkit – a tool that I developped in 2014 for stochastic simulation – from time to time, even if it’s not really my current focus. As I also noticed recently, ESGtoolkit is downloaded a few times each month:

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2019 Recap, the nnetsauce, the teller and the querier

December 19, 2019
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This post is a recap of 2019. It’s especially about the querier, the nnetsauce and the teller. If you want a summary (or a reminder!) of how these tools can be beneficial to you, this is the perfect place.

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