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Don’t Test This on Your Children
  • 17th October, 2017
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Don’t Test This on Your Children

A few scientists have been known to experiment on their own children - one such scientist being a psychologist interested in the laugh response.

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Upending Science
  • 10th October, 2017
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Upending Science

No amount of modelling could have predicted that consumers stock up on Pop Tarts before a storm. Only the statistical foraging of data science …

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The Joy of Code
  • 3rd October, 2017
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The Joy of Code

English poet William Wordsworth, was at pains to avoid the use of grandiose, elevated, and unfamiliar language. The same applies to writing good code.

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Why Data Scientists Wear 3 Hats
  • 26th September, 2017
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Why Data Scientists Wear 3 Hats

Hats come in many shapes and sizes. From the fedora, to the baseball cap to the boater, hats have the unique ability to make a statement.

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Wear The Chain

Wear The Chain

The big idea of the blockchain is that it generates an incontrovertible record of ownership. This distributed ledger does away with the need for a …

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Sowing the Seed

Sowing the Seed

At Ixio Analytics, we believe that it is only by sharing knowledge that we expand the boundaries of our craft and demonstrate the art of the possible

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The Machine That Made Mistakes
  • 5th September, 2017
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The Machine That Made Mistakes

Machines, one would think, are immune to biases. Unfortunately, machines can be as fallible as the Arsenal fan crying into his beer at halftime.

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Asking For Directions
  • 29th August, 2017
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Asking For Directions

Despite the immense gains that women have made in education and the workforce since the 50’s, there are still very few women in Data Science.

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The Self-Actualised Datum

The Self-Actualised Datum

Articles and opinion about the definition of data science flood the digital airwaves. Is data analytics the same as data science? If you can achieve …

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