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# Tag Archives: Data science

## Absolute vs. Proportional Returns

Greetings, my blog readers! It will be a safe assumption to make that people who read my blogs work with data. In finance, the data is often in form of asset prices or other market indicators like implied volatility. Analyzing … Continue reading

Posted in Home, Numerical Analysis
Tagged Data science, finance

## Hidden Technical Debt of Machine Learning – Play Now Pay Later

Last week I was lucky enough to attend the Strata Conference London 2017 for one day. The venue and the event are impressive in scale, participants and content. The quality of tutorials and talks, in general, was very good, and … Continue reading

Posted in Machine Learning
Tagged Data science, Machine Learning

## AI, Data Science and ML – 2016 developments and trends for 2017 – KDnuggets article

Sharing a link to the KDNuggets article with thoughts provided by a few data scientists on main 2016 developments and what the trends for 2017 look like. Reinforcement Learning is mentioned more than once! http://www.kdnuggets.com/2017/01/ai-data-science-machine-learning-key-trends.html

Posted in Home
Tagged Data science

## Data Analytics Models in Quantitative Finance and Risk Management

Sharing a KDNuggets article on some examples of how PCA, Monte Carlo and linear regression are used in quantitative finance and risk management: Source: Data Analytics Models in Quantitative Finance and Risk Management

Posted in Home, Machine Learning
Tagged Data science, Machine Learning

## Visualizing the Effects of Multicollinearity on LS Regression

Greetings, my blog readers! In this post I would like to share with you two interesting visual insights into the effects of multicollinearity among the predictor variables on the coefficients of least squares regression (LSR). This post is very non-technical … Continue reading

Posted in Machine Learning
Tagged Data science, Machine Learning, Regression