The content really sounds very interesting and I can’t wait to read your first version, since there is already plenty of jupyter style intro level data science material, while there is only little how to really deploy all this in a scalable production based environment. So thank you for filling in and closing the gap!
Hey, thanks for that great intro, I read it a while ago and only recently I had to deep dive into selection again. There I came across RFECV > which has cross validation build in and does also not need the param for giving a desired number of features but in the contrary because of the CV gives you the best number of features, making the self…
Just yesterday I used normalizer when I implemented a user to user Collaborative Filtering recommender. In such a case you work with a scipy CSR (r for rows) matrix that hold the calculated user neighborhood with all it’s similarities. When using wparseatrices to speed things up you usually want to center to the mean and normalize > normalizer since it can deal with sparse csr matrices.
hard, but honest!
What I particularly took out is that we indeed often use excuses to not leave our comfort zone and that’s a shame. Btw, in my idealistic world the last statement would be “Become a better version of yourself for the sake of making the world a better place for generations to come”.
You lost me a bit after the first few sentences, but at the finish line this is fantastic, keep up posting more deep stuff ;).
Since you also put it a bit into a management perspective by mentioning strategy I add a matching business lingo cascade:
Everyone who cares about self improvement and flux in their life’s got frustrated at some point, realizing that we aren’t machines that are able to recall everything they once read or did. The wisdom that these experiences in fact do make a difference, be it consciously or unconsciously, for me was a huge relief and only acknowledged the fact that…
This probably means I should not read too much news about “wrong” things, where I would jet again sort out what’s “wrong or right” rather than what’s relevant and what’s not. After all, to me the terms wrong and right or relevant and irrelevant are just words, shells, that for me are interchangeably most of the times. However, everything we do, everything we experience shapes us and “our” tiny little world.