Here at Kaggle we’re excited to showcase the work of our Grandmasters. This post was written by Vladimir Iglovikov, and is filled with advice that he wishes someone had shared when he was active on Kaggle. The original post can be found on Vlad’s Ternaus Blog.

Introduction

I participated in machine…


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For nearly 30 years, arXiv has served the public and research communities by providing open access to scholarly articles, from the vast branches of physics to the many subdisciplines of computer science to everything in between, including math, statistics, electrical engineering, quantitative biology, and economics.

The sheer number of arXiv…


How one Kaggler took top marks across multiple Covid-related challenges.

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Today we interview Daniel, whose notebooks earned him top marks in Kaggle’s CORD-19 challenges. Kaggle hosted multiple challenges that worked with the Kaggle CORD-19 dataset, and Daniel won 1st place three times, including by a huge margin in the TREC-COVID…


Head of Data Analytics at Kaggle, Wendy Kan: This week, I had the pleasure of interviewing Parul Pandey, a Kaggle Notebooks Master, Data Science Evangelist at H2O.ai, and mother to a 5-year-old son. …


Kaggler, deoxy takes first-place and sets the stage for his next competition.

Please join us in congratulating Linsho Kaku (aka deoxy) on his solo first-place win in our Bengali.AI Handwritten Grapheme Classification challenge! Read the winning solution here: 1st Place Solution with Code

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Let’s meet Linsho!

Linsho, what would you like to share about yourself?

Linsho: I am a student in the…


Join us in congratulating Sanghoon Kim aka Limerobot on his third place finish in Booz Allen Hamilton’s 2019 Data Science Bowl.

The Data Science Bowl, presented by Booz Allen Hamilton and Kaggle, is the world’s largest data science competition focused on social good. Each year, this competition gives data scientists…


First place foursome, ‘Bibimorph’ share their winning approach to the QUEST Q&A Labeling competition by Google, and more!

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Congratulations to the (four!) first-place winners of the Quest Q&A Labeling competition, Dmitriy Danevskiy, Yury Kashnitsky, Oleg Yaroshevskiy, and Dmitry Abulkhanov who make up the team “Bibimorph”!

In the QUEST Q&A Labeling competition by Google, participants were challenged to build predictive algorithms for different subjective aspects of question-answering. The provided…


Congratulations to the winningest duo of the 2019 Data Science Bowl, ‘Zr’, and Ouyang Xuan (Shawn), who took first place and split $100,000!

The Data Science Bowl, presented by Booz Allen Hamilton and Kaggle, is the world’s largest data science competition focused on social good. Each year, this competition gives…


In our first winner’s interview of 2020, we’d like to congratulate The Zoo on their first place win in the NFL Big Data Bowl competition! Please enjoy this joint Q&A between top competitors and teammates, Dmitry and Philipp.

Have follow up questions for them? Leave a comment below.

Let’s start with an introduction. Who is ‘The Zoo’?

We are…

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