Bayesian inference tutorial: a hello world example

Bayesian inference tutorial: a hello world example┬ÂTo illustrate what is Bayesian inference (or more generally statistical inference), we will use an example. We are interested in understanding the height of Python programmers. One reason could...

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Python operators and how they affect pandas

Python is today among the most popular programming languages. And in my opinion, there is one main reason for it, readability. A clear example of how Python was designed to be readable is next example: if 'melon' not in ('apple', 'coconut'):...

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Successful delivery of data projects

Successful delivery of data projects This week we organized a round table with people involved in the management of data projects. Mostly data science. The idea came after the Executives at PyData session organized earlier this year. And...

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An update on the pandas documentation

Some context This post is mainly a technical post on what's the status of the pandas documentation. But let me provide a bit of context on where this comes from. It's a personal opinion, but I think pandas is one of the clearest examples of how...

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New pandas workflow

Some exciting news. After some years of organizing sprints, and maintaining open source, I've been thinking on a more efficient workflow for projects with high volume of activity, like pandas. An exaggerated example would be that I want to create...

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