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Deep Learning Research Review Week 2: Reinforcement Learning
This is the 2nd installment of a new series called Deep Learning Research Review. Every couple weeks or so, I’ll be summarizing and explaining research papers in specific subfields of deep learning. This week focuses on Reinforcement Learning. Last time was Generative Adversarial Networks ICYMI Introduction to Reinforcement Learning 3... Read more
This is the second article in our two-part series on using unsupervised and supervised machine learning techniques to analyze music data from Pandora and Spotify. Introduction As you may recall from the previous post I did, where I applied dimensionality reduction and clustering techniques to a set of songs I liked on the... Read more
Last Saturday, in the UEFA Champions League final (think of it as Europe’s Super Bowl), Spanish giants Real Madrid defeated their Italian counterparts Juventus FC 4-1. It was a thrilling match, that saw both sides staking an equal claim to winning the match in the first half, with Madrid eventually prevailing in... Read more
Pandas & Seaborn – A guide to handle & visualize data elegantly
Here at Tryolabs we love Python almost as much as we love machine learning problems. These kind of problems always involve working with large amounts of data which is key to understand before applying any machine learning technique. To understand the data, we need to manipulate it, clean it, make... Read more

Water World

Blogposted by Julia Silge May 25, 2017

I live in Utah, an extremely dry state. Like much of the western United States, Utah is experiencing water stress from increasing demand, episodes of drought, and conflict over water rights. At the same time, Utahns use a lot of water per capita compared to residents of other states. According... Read more
ODSC East Interviews: Barton Poulson
The following Q&A is part of a series of interviews conducted with speakers at the 2017 ODSC East conference in Boston. The interview has been condensed and edited for clarity. This interview is with Barton Poulson, Founder at Datalab, whose talk was entitled “Data Science for the 99%”. What does Data Science for... Read more
On indexing operators and composition
In this article I will discuss array indexing, operators, and composition in depth. If you work through this article you should end up with a very deep understanding of array indexing and the deep interpretation available when we realize indexing is an instance of function composition (or an example of... Read more
Hello all and welcome to the second of the series – NLP with NLTK. The first of the series can be found here, incase you have missed. In this article we will talk about basic NLP concepts and use NLTK to implement the concepts. Contents: Corpus Tokenization/Segmentation Frequency Distribution Conditional... Read more
This is a two-part series about using machine learning to hack my taste in music. In this first piece, I applied unsupervised learning techniques and tools on Pandora data to analyze songs that I like. The second part, which will be published soon, is about using supervised on Spotify data to predict... Read more
Cognitive Machine Learning (2): Uncertain Thoughts
She pined in thought,  And with a green and yellow melancholy She sat like Patience on a monument,  Smiling at grief. Was not this love indeed? [King Lear, Act 2, Scene 4, Line 117]   In King Lear, Shakespeare stirs a sense of self-consciousness by invoking Patience, sitting up high; isolated in her thoughts;... Read more