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Regression Blog 2: We’re Practically Giving These Regressions Away
When I heard that they would be releasing Pumpkin Spice Spam, I thought of regression. This might seem like a leap, but bear with me. In the U.S. in the last few years, hearing news reports of unusual Pumpkin Spice flavored products means the unofficial end of summer, or at... Read more
Parallelizing Custom CuPy Kernels with Dask
Summary Some time ago, Matthew Rocklin wrote a post on Numba Stencils with Dask, demonstrating how to use them for both CPUs and GPUs. This post will present a similar approach to writing custom code, this time with user-defined custom kernels in CuPy. The motivation for this post comes from someone who recently... Read more
Machine Learning for Continuous Integration
Editor’s Note: Andrea Frittoli and Kyra Wulffert are presenting their talk“Machine Learning for Continuous Integration” at ODSC 2019 Europe. Continuous Integration and Data As more applications move to a DevOps model with CI/CD pipelines, the testing required for this development model to work inevitably generates lots of data. This... Read more
RAPIDS cuGraph
The Data Scientist has a collection of techniques within their proverbial toolbox. Data engineering, statistical analysis, and machine learning are among the most commonly known. However, there are numerous cases where the focus of the analysis is on the relationship between data elements. In those cases, the data is... Read more
Quansight: Connecting the Open Source Coder Community and Industry Together
Below is an interview with Travis Oliphant of Quansight, a platform designed to connect the open source coder community and companies all in the name of open data. 1) Tell me about your background. What brought you to... Read more
Open Source is one of the engines of the world’s economy and culture. Its next iteration will be bigger.
Once upon a time, the very concept of Open Source was absurd, and only its proponents ever thought it could be other than marginal. Important software could only be built and supported by sophisticated businesses, an expensive industrial component whose blueprints — the source code — was extremely valuable. But Open... Read more
The ODSC team was delighted to present the second Outstanding Data Science Project Award to ‘Pandas’ at ODSC West on November 3rd.    Why ODSC is gives these awards… Most data scientists/developers use an open source language, tool, software or platform daily. All of these resources available because their... Read more
An Open Source Triple Feature
Editor’s note: The following three experts shared their industry insight at OpenSec2017.   Jen Andre, founder and CEO of Komand.   At Komand, Jen empowers security teams to focus on efficient incident response and decision making by offering the automation of manual tasks, and a space to share this automation... Read more