Tag: Model Development

Announcing Domino 3.4: Furthering Collaboration with Activity Feed

Our last release, Domino 3.3 saw the addition of two major capabilities: Datasets and Experiment Manager. “Datasets”, a high-performance, revisioned data store offers data scientists the...

Themes and Conferences per Pacoid, Episode 9

Paco Nathan's latest article features several emerging threads adjacent to model interpretability. Introduction Welcome back to our monthly burst of themes and conferences. Several technology conferences...

Addressing Irreproducibility in the Wild

This Domino Data Science Field Note provides highlights and excerpted slides from Chloe Mawer’s "The Ingredients of a Reproducible Machine Learning Model" talk at a recent...

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 Science: Start Writing...

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 — e.g., they...

Themes and Conferences per Pacoid, Episode 7

Paco Nathan covers recent research on data infrastructure as well as adoption of machine learning and AI in the enterprise. Introduction Welcome back to our monthly...

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 Concept Activation Vectors...

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 This Way?” with...

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 Content sat down...

Justified Algorithmic Forgiveness?

Last week, Paco Nathan referenced Julia Angwin’s recent Strata keynote that covered algorithmic bias. This Domino Data Science Field Note dives a bit deeper into some...

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 may help data...

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...

Themes and Conferences per Pacoid, Episode 1

Introduction: New Monthly Series! Welcome to a new monthly series! I’ll summarize highlights from recent industry conferences, new open source projects, interesting research, great examples, amazing...

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