Two great reads and a YouTube channel await you in this installment of "This Week in Data Reading."
This week, Boris Gorelik shares his thoughts on a NYU study of "The Persuasive Power of Data Visualization."
In this week in data reading, Demet offers up some digital anthropology over at FiveThirtyEight while Charles shares two papers he enjoyed in the field of natural language processing, and Carly offers a piece on back propagation.
This week, Boris, Demet, Charles, and Sirin offer pieces on data visualization, deep learning architecture, the "Dirtbag Left," and an obituary for the late Hans Rosling, a man who "had a talent for using numbers to tell exciting stories" -- largely about the world becoming a better place. Enjoy our recommendations below and remember to … Continue reading This Week in Data Reading
This week, Boris and Charles bring you two new resources for data reading and pose some questions for discussion on how you approach scientific literature, and you detect and deal with bias inherent in your applications. Looking forward to your comments!
There's nothing tastier than a set of links to devour! Check out what we've been reading recently and be sure to share your links to thought-provoking articles and discussions on topics in the field of data science.