Hierarchical Modelling in Real Life at PyData NYC

Ben Ben Follow Oct 18, 2018 · 1 min read
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It’s conference season huzzah! My friend Matt Moocarme and I will be giving a workshop on hierarchical probabilistic models tomorrow at PyData NYC. It’s based on the methods I described in my talk at ODSC last month, but now with some actual code and the ability to run it all on your own personal machine. No fuss, no muss.

And you, my faithful blog followers, get a sneak peek at the materials for tomorrow.

The github repo is here.

See the slides here.

I’ll update once the recordings go up. It should be a blast. Feel free to reach out with comments/questions.

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I am the type of person who appreciates the telling of a great story. As a data scientist, I am interested in using AI to understand, explore and communicate across borders and boundaries. My focus is on Natural Language Processing and the amazing ways it can help us understand each other and our world. The material on this blog is meant to share my experiences and understandings of complex technologies in a simple way, focused on application.