Every now and then, when my brain is bored, I come up with quizzes (around logic and code). This one’s about logic. Can you solve it? There’s only 1 answer.
This is part of a 3-part series on the topic. Please read the posts in the order for maximum clarity and context: 1. Sample Size and Margin of Errors. Everything you need to know and ++ 2. Sample Size (Contd.) 3. This one! Ok, after reading the first 2 posts, you have an idea of […]
This is part of a 3-part series on the topic. Please read the posts in the order for maximum clarity and context: 1. Sample Size and Margin of Errors. Everything you need to know and ++ 2. Sample Size (Contd.) 3. Sample Size in Python In this blog, we’ll use actual numbers to determine […]
I’m not a statistician by profession or training. However, I find it fascinating with even the basics under my belt and find plethora of statistic’s practical usage. Without it, we’re really ignorant. With it, we’re equipped but not always best educated either. I heard the phrase again and again, “Correlation does not equal causation!” and […]
Most of us who have done any programming know that virtually all languages allow you to execute another program from within a program. For example, you start your program, which may start another process (via calling Execute or the like) that’s a self-contained program by itself, resulting in another process or spawn another thread as […]
Data Science in sports is a huge deal! Even though most professional sports teams have been using them as a core part of their strategy, it was relatively recently that it got much more attention in the NFL…as soon as Seahawks dedicated a team to analytics! As they blew out records in virtually all positions […]