I wanted to show in a simple example how easy it is to process some text and assign a value to it in Python. As data scientists, this is an often called on task. The first step is cleaning the data. I’ll give an example of processing reviews from a restaurant. At the start of this example, I’ll keep it … Read More
Apple has been quietly working on Automotive AI and recently Tim Cook actually confirmed he’s been working on self-driving cars, electric vehicles and ride sharing. I’m still not sure where all of this is going but I can tell from past experience, as soon as they release whatever they are working on…. I’ll want one. Read more from TechCrunch.
Snippets are a valuable aspect of Xcode that I have not paid much attention to until recently. It’s built right into the IDE and can help you get your work done faster. I have my own tasks and functions that I use on a regular basis. In the past, I used to keep them stored in Google docs and call them up … Read More
This is a continuation from my last post about machine learning for social networks. I was working on a test project for a luxury SUV client to help analyze a large data set. I wrote a logistic regression model predicting if given a user’s age and salary, would they buy the SUV. Today I’d like to use the same dataset … Read More
I’m working on a test project for a luxury SUV client to help analyze a large data set. Here is a small sample of what I started with. I’m using some common libraries in Python to process the data set. import numpy as np import matplotlib.pyplot as plt import pandas as pd dataset = pd.read_csv(social_media_date.csv) After that I slice, split … Read More