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never take advice. if the person is alive then it's technically survivorship bias— physicist (@FinitePhysicist) August 21, 2022
data visualisation is one of my passions pic.twitter.com/9hLbOMpKVP— John Stuart is Chilling in NYC (@mealreplacer) December 21, 2022
Your daily bias-variance tradeoff tweet. https://t.co/WIRg6sH0e9— Khoa Vu (@KhoaVuUmn) September 5, 2022
artificial intelligence is taking over pic.twitter.com/rvFdNa0nqt— memes.xlsx (@ExcelHumor) August 14, 2022
"Ask a programmer to review ten lines of code, he’ll find ten issues. Ask him to do five hundred lines, and he’ll say it looks good." - Gene Kim, The DevOps Handbook.— Luca Lanziani 🌍🔥 (@lucalanziani) August 29, 2022
Still kinda wack that you can see two "Data Analyst" job postings and the first is like— Tripp (@Tjdriii) August 15, 2022
"Must be proficient in Excel"
And the second is
"We are seeking a world expert in Bayesian spatiotemporal mixed hierarchical models"
I think this one was my absolute favorite pic.twitter.com/OfPXtYrrWn— Virginia Matzek (@v_matzek) March 30, 2021
You're doing data science all wrong.— Senior PowerPoint Engineer (@ryxcommar) August 28, 2022
Here are 5 tools every data scientist needs to be using, a 🧵:
Spreadsheet software is good; this isn't a joke! Career-wise the most liberating feeling was when I had established myself as the guy you go to for Python and Pandas help; I went back to using Google Sheets for a lot of my work cuz nobody could say shit. https://t.co/HZHonQCMw2— Senior PowerPoint Engineer (@ryxcommar) August 29, 2022
If nothing else, my causal inference/research methods course has dank stats memes 🤷♂️ pic.twitter.com/ZhKVKcNMpy— A. Jordan Nafa (@adamjnafa) August 28, 2022
Merge branch ‘asdfasjkfdlas/alkdjf’ into sdkjfls-final:
According to my especially unsupervised K-means clustering algorithm, there are currently about 8 billion types of people in the world: