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Machine Learning in Production: Software Architecture

Special thanks to Addison-Wesley Professional for permission to excerpt the following "Software Architecture" chapter from the book, Machine Learning in Production. This chapter excerpt provides data scientists with insights and tradeoffs to consider when moving machine...

Comparing the Functionality of Open Source Natural Language Processing Libraries

In this guest post, Maziyar Panahi and David Talby provide a cheat sheet for choosing open source NLP libraries. What do natural language...

Themes and Conferences per Pacoid, Episode 8

Paco Nathan's latest column dives into data governance. Introduction Welcome back to our monthly burst of themes and conferences. This month’s article features...

Manipulating Data with dplyr

Special thanks to Addison-Wesley Professional for permission to excerpt the following "Manipulating data with dplyr" chapter from the book, Programming Skills for Data...

Reflections on the Data Science Platform Market

Reflections Before we get too far into 2019, I wanted to take a brief moment to reflect on some of the changes we’ve...

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Creating Multi-language Pipelines with Apache Spark or Avoid Having to Rewrite spaCy into Java

In this guest post, Holden Karau, Apache Spark Committer, provides insights on how to create multi-language pipelines with Apache Spark and avoid rewriting...

Data Scientist? Programmer? Are They Mutually Exclusive?

This Domino Data Science Field Note blog post provides highlights of Hadley Wickham’s ACM Chicago talk, “You Can’t Do Data Science in a GUI”....

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Growing Data Scientists Into Manager Roles

In this post, Ricky Chachra, Research Science Manager at Lyft, provides insight for companies looking to home-grow their promising individual contributors (ICs) into...

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Model Management and the Era of the Model-Driven Business

Over the past few years, we’ve seen a new community of data science leaders emerge. Regardless of their industry, we have heard three...

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Highlights from the Maryland Data Science Conference: Deep Learning on Imagery and Text

Niels Kasch, cofounder of Miner & Kasch, an AI and Data Science consulting firm, provides insight from a deep learning session that occurred...

Learn from the Reproducibility Crisis in Science

Key highlights from Clare Gollnick’s talk, “The limits of inference: what data scientists can learn from the reproducibility crisis in science”, are covered...

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Collaboration Between Data Science and Data Engineering: True or False?

This blog post includes candid insights about addressing tension points that arise when people collaborate on developing and deploying models. Domino’s Head of...

Data Science Use Cases

In this post, Don Miner covers how to identify, evaluate, prioritize, and pick which data science problems to work on next. Don is...

Model Interpretability with TCAV (Testing with Concept Activation Vectors)

This Domino Data Science Field Note provides very distilled insights and excerpts from Been Kim’s recent MLConf 2018 talk and research about Testing with...

Trust in LIME: Yes, No, Maybe So? 

In this Domino Data Science Field Note, we briefly discuss an algorithm and framework for generating explanations, LIME (Local Interpretable Model-Agnostic Explanations), that...

Classify all the Things (with Multiple Labels)

Derrick Higgins of American Family Insurance presented a talk, “Classify all the Things (with multiple labels): The most common type of modeling task no...

Put Models at the Core of Business Processes

At Rev, Nick Elprin, Domino's CEO, continued to provide insights on managing data science based upon years of candid discussions with customers. He...

Announcing Domino 3.3: Datasets and Experiment Manager

Our mission at Domino is to enable organizations to put models at the heart of their business. Models are so different from software...

Data Science vs Engineering: Tension Points

This blog post provides highlights and a full written transcript from the panel, “Data Science Versus Engineering: Does It Really Have To Be...

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