## DS Interview Study Guide Part II: Software Engineering

This post continues my series on data science interviews. One of the major difficulty of doing data science interviews is that you must show expertise in a w...

This post continues my series on data science interviews. One of the major difficulty of doing data science interviews is that you must show expertise in a w...

As I have gone through a couple rounds of interviews for data scientist positions, I’ve been compiling notes on what I consider to be the essential areas of ...

I just put a new paper up on the arXiv, and so I thought I would share it here. This was the final paper I wrote for my Ph.D., and it’s the one I’m most prou...

Some of the most meaningful mathematical realizations that I’ve had have been unexpected connections between two topics; that is, realizing that two concepts...

When doing data work, we often need to sample random variables. This is easy to do if one wishes to sample from a Gaussian, or a uniform random variable, or ...

In this project, I construct a data pipeline which intakes raw .wav files, and then uses machine learning to predict the genre of the track. We first do a fr...

Entropy is a word that we see a lot in various forms. It’s classical use comes from thermodynamics: e.g. “the entropy in the universe is always increasin...

I learned a lot while building this website; I hope to share it so that it might be helpful for anyone trying to do the same. I’m sure you’ll notice that I’m...

“Data analysis” is a hugely popular thing these days, for obvious reasons. When most people think of “data,” they think of a table where the columns are vari...

As I worked on my research on network data analysis, it became clear that there was a need for a Python library that implemented the analytical tools I was i...