## Some Thoughts on Numbers

Sabine Hossenfelder’s excellent lecture “Is Infinity Real?” has inspired me to talk a bit about numbers. (link)

Sabine Hossenfelder’s excellent lecture “Is Infinity Real?” has inspired me to talk a bit about numbers. (link)

It looks like R is getting an official pipe operator (ref). R doesn’t work under an RFC process, so we hear about these things and they are discussed on the R-devel mailing list. I’ve written on this topic before (ref), and I have taped some new comments. This sort of […]

Our book, Practical Data Science with R, just had its first year anniversary! The book is doing great, if you are working with R and data I recommend you check it out. (link)

A video introduction on how to evaluate probability models using the statistical deviance. (link)

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I’d like to share a brief orientation video on measure theory based probability. Measure theory is a rigorous axiomatic treatment of probability that defers on interpretation (such as frequentist interpretation, Bayesian interpretation, or even Kolmogorov/Chaitin complexity). (link)

I’d like to share a quick video on some ideas on how to think about and teach about vectors in a data science context. (link)

I’d like to share an introduction to my data science chalk talk series (video link, series link)

I have a new short video lecture to share: “Classification as Censored Regression.”

For those of you starting to enjoy my short videos, I thought I would squander all that good will by recording a classic math joke. (link)