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Item Response Theory in R for Survey Analysis

In this guest blog post, Derrick Higgins, of American Family Insurance, covers item response theory (IRT) and how data scientists can apply it within a project. As...

Benchmarking NVIDIA CUDA 9 and Amazon EC2 P3 Instances Using Fashion MNIST

In this post, Josh Poduska, Chief Data Scientist at Domino Data Lab, writes about benchmarking NVIDIA CUDA 9 and Amazon EC2 P3 Instances Using Fashion MNIST....

Three Simple Worrying Stats Problems

In this guest post, Sean Owen, writes about three data situations that provide ambiguous results and how causation helps clarifies the interpretation of data. A version...

On the Importance of Community-Led Open Source

Wes McKinney, Director of Ursa Labs and creator of pandas project, presented the keynote, "Advancing Data Science Through Open Source" at Rev. McKinney's keynote covered open...

Large Visualizations in canvasXpress

Dr. Connie Brett is the owner of Aggregate Genius. Dr. Connie Brett provides custom visualization tool development and support for the Translational Bioinformatics team at Bristol-Myers...

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”. In his talk,...

The Machine Learning Reproducibility Crisis

Pete Warden is the Technical Lead on the TensorFlow Mobile Embedded Team at Google doing Deep Learning. He is formerly the CTO of Jetpac, which was...

Docker, but for Data

Aneesh Karve, Co-founder and CTO of Quilt, visited the Domino MeetUp to discuss the evolution of data infrastructure. This blog post provides a session summary, video,...

Building a Domino Web App with Dash

Randi R. Ludwig, Data Scientist at Dell EMC and an organizer of Women in Data Science ATX, covers how to build a Domino web app with...

Intel’s Python Distribution is Smoking Fast, and Now it’s in Domino

Domino just finished benchmarking Intel’s Python Distribution, and it is fast, very fast. Intel’s Python distribution is available for use in Domino. Intel’s Python Distribution People...

Reproducible Machine Learning with Jupyter and Quilt

In this guest blog post, Aneesh Karve, Co-founder and CTO of Quilt, demonstrates how Quilt works in conjunction with Domino's Reproducibility Engine to make Jupyter notebooks...

Reproducible Dashboards and Other Great Things to do with Jupyter

Mac Rogers, Research Engineer at Domino, presented best practices for creating Jupyter dashboards at a recent Domino Data Science Pop-Up. Session Summary In this Data Science...

Taking the Course: Practical Deep Learning for Coders

In this blog post, Lisa Green, Head of Domino for Good, describes the content, value, and experience of taking Lesson 1 of the Practical Deep Learning...