The team have been working hard over the last few months or so to bring you this latest version of Kyso. A revamped UI to make navigation and search more efficient, a new Jupyterlab extension and much more!!
Another four posts from the past 2 weeks! This week our most interesting studies include mapping the geographic distribution of tour locations of rock artists vs hip-hop artists, determining which machine learning method is most appropriate for industrial maintenance of engines simulated by NASA, using unsupervised learning techniques for customer segmentation and an analysis of A/B test results.
Four more cool studies for you guys this week, from NBA Draft exploratory analysis to a quick-fire guide as to how one can quickly loop over pandas dataframes in Python.
Just the two posts for you guys this week!! First up, an interesting analysis of a movie dataset. That is followed by perhaps the most useful post on the Kyso community to date, posted by a very enthusiastic member of the Kyso Community! Alexei solves two common issues that our users may come up against when working inside the jupyter environment.
This week's top posts include using a deep learning model to classify audio files that cover real-world sounds from musical instruments, humans, animals, machines, etc., simulating the earliest problem in geometric probability - Buffon's Needle and constructing the markowitz optimal portfolio.
Another great week for publications on the Kyso Community. This week's topics include understanding why employees leave their jobs using a Random Forest Classifier, building a Person of Interest identifier based on financial and email data from the Enron scandal using a Gaussian Naïve Bayes algorithm and predicting this year's World Cup finalists.
Our list of great studies just keeps growing and growing! In fact, too many for us to choose from! So we've decided to split them into 2 separate posts, with the next batch being published in our next issue.
Another 3 really interesting publications for the week ending Friday, May 4th 2018!! Support your fellow bloggers by clicking on the links below and starring a study you like!!
This week we have four more fantastic publications for you guys that have been selected by the team here at Kyso. As always, competition was tough, but these four came out on top.
Here's a preview of the new Kyso cloud environment for data-science and machine learning.
As a former credit analyst, I have had to deal with numerous large data sets - historical stock prices, transactional data, etc. - and have typically analyzed such data with some general-purpose statistical software package, or even something as routine as excel.