- Applying Python’s Explode Function to Pandas DataFrames, by Michael Mosesov - May 7, 2021.
Read this applied Python method to solve the issue of accessing column by date/ year using the Pandas library and functions lambda(), list(), map() & explode().
- Data Preparation in SQL, with Cheat Sheet!, by Stan Pugsley - May 7, 2021.
If your raw data is in a SQL-based data lake, why spend the time and money to export the data into a new platform for data prep?
- A Comprehensive Guide to Ensemble Learning – Exactly What You Need to Know, by Derrick Mwiti - May 6, 2021.
This article covers ensemble learning methods, and exactly what you need to know in order to understand and implement them.
- What is Neural Search?, by Pradeep Sharma - May 6, 2021.
And how to get started with it with no prior experience in Machine Learning.
- Rebuilding My 7 Python Projects, by Kaustubh Gupta - May 5, 2021.
This is how I rebuilt My Python Projects: Data Science, Web Development & Android Apps.
- Deploy a Dockerized FastAPI App to Google Cloud Platform, by Krueger & Franklin - May 4, 2021.
A short guide to deploying a Dockerized Python app to Google Cloud Platform using Cloud Run and a SQL instance.
- Disentangling AI, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning, by Kevin Vu - May 4, 2021.
The field of Artificial Intelligence is extremely broad and captures a winding history through the evolution of various sub-fields that experienced many ups and downs over the years. Appreciating AI within its historical contexts will enhance your communication with the public, colleagues, and potential hiring managers, as well as guide your thinking as you progress in the application and study of state-of-the-art techniques.
- A simple static visualization can often be the best approach, by Kai Wong - May 4, 2021.
How I overengineered a worse solution by making an interactive visualization.
- How To Generate Meaningful Sentences Using a T5 Transformer, by Vatsal Saglani - May 3, 2021.
Read this article to see how to develop a text generation API using the T5 transformer.
- XGBoost Explained: DIY XGBoost Library in Less Than 200 Lines of Python, by Guillaume Saupin - May 3, 2021.
Understand how XGBoost work with a simple 200 lines codes that implement gradient boosting for decision trees.