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Julia vs R and Python: what does Stack Overflow Developer Survey 2017 tell us?

June 27, 2017
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TLDR: Most Julia programmers also use Python. However, among all languages R is the one whose users are most likely to also develop in Julia.Recently Stack Overflow has made public the results of Developer Survey 2017. It is definitely an interesting d...

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Julia vs R and Python: what does Stack Overflow Developer Survey 2017 tell us?

June 27, 2017
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TLDR: Most Julia programmers also use Python. However, among all languages R is the one whose users are most likely to also develop in Julia.Recently Stack Overflow has made public the results of Developer Survey 2017. It is definitely an interesting d...

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Test-driving Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit in R using reticulate

June 8, 2017
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Recently new tools for data science pop up constantly, so it is hard to keep up with the changes and choose those that promise to be useful in the long run.Recently two new solutions were announced that look very promising: reticulate package for R and...

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Test-driving Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit in R using reticulate

June 8, 2017
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Recently new tools for data science pop up constantly, so it is hard to keep up with the changes and choose those that promise to be useful in the long run.Recently two new solutions were announced that look very promising: reticulate package for R and...

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Optimization matchup: R’s glpkAPI vs Julia’s JuMP

December 6, 2016
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tl;dr: although I use R every day and love it, doing mathematical programming using Julia is much simpler and more flexible than anything I know that is currently available in R.Recently I have learned that Iain Dunning and Joey Huchette and Miles Lubi...

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Optimization matchup: R’s glpkAPI vs Julia’s JuMP

December 6, 2016
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tl;dr: although I use R every day and love it, doing mathematical programming using Julia is much simpler and more flexible than anything I know that is currently available in R.Recently I have learned that Iain Dunning and Joey Huchette and Miles Lubi...

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Deep learning in the cloud with MXNet

October 19, 2016
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Last Friday together with Przemysław Szufel and Wit Jakuczun we were giving a live demo on introduction to deep learning at Digital Champions conference.The objective of the workshop was to show how to build a simple predictive model using MXNet libra...

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Deep learning in the cloud with MXNet

October 19, 2016
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Last Friday together with Przemysław Szufel and Wit Jakuczun we were giving a live demo on introduction to deep learning at Digital Champions conference.The objective of the workshop was to show how to build a simple predictive model using MXNet libra...

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R+H2O for marketing campaign modeling

September 30, 2016
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My last post about telco churn prediction with R+H2O attracted unexpectedly high response. It seems that R+H2O combo has currently a very good momentum :). Therefore Wit Jakuczun decided to publish a case study that he uses in his R boot camps tha...

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R+H2O for marketing campaign modeling

September 30, 2016
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My last post about telco churn prediction with R+H2O attracted unexpectedly high response. It seems that R+H2O combo has currently a very good momentum :). Therefore Wit Jakuczun decided to publish a case study that he uses in his R boot camps tha...

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