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Volume 100 of @jstatsoft: Software for Bayesian Statistics

Guest editors: @micameletti & @precariobecario

20 contributions on a wide range of methods #rstats #python #bayesian #inla @mcmc_stan #nimble #brms #rjags

URL: jstatsoft.org/v100 Editorial for the special volume 100 in the Journal of Stati
Van Niekerk, Bakka, Rue, Schenk:

New Frontiers in Bayesian Modeling Using the INLA Package in R

#rstats #inla #bayesian

doi.org/10.18637/jss.v…
Michaud, De Valpine, Turek, Paciorek, Nguyen:

Sequential Monte Carlo Methods in the nimble and nimbleSMC R Packages

#rstats #bayesian #nimble

doi.org/10.18637/jss.v…
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Don't get stuck in tutorial paralysis, the best way to learn #Python and software development is to build real world applications 🧵
You will hit so many issues, you'll have to constantly look things up, Stack Overflow becomes your new best friend and that is ok. It will turn you into a good developer.
Because it's not about memorizing things (even though you still will with increased practice), it's about becoming a good problem solver with a spark of creativity.
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Cuando la programación y el #NoCode se unen salen ideas tan geniales como la de @aurelienRoblin al usar
#Python + #Cloud + @bubble para conectar scripts en el front 🔧💻
Podemos ver un ejemplo de este stack 👇
Aquí nos enseña el resultado de esta integración y parece que el resultado no está nada mal 🤯🤯

Pensamos que es una solución ideal para herramientas internar y no para #DesarrolloWeb, pero es una muestra más de cómo haciendo las integraciones y escogiendo las herramientas correctas las posibilidades son infinitas ♾
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I've done many tweets about #python tools created by @rly0nheart (20 years old guy from #Zambia). Oxdork, TheDevilsEye, Occli, TheLordsEye, Thorndyke.

The amazing thing is that he is a programmer who HAS NO COMPUTER. He use only Android smartphone, Termux and Pydroid3🧵
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Types of magic commands

Line magics - starts with % character. Rest of the line is its argument passed without parentheses or quotes.

Cell magics - %% - can operate on multiple lines below their call.
#DataScience #MachineLearning #100DaysOfMLCode #Python #DataScientist
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GauGAN2 combines segmentation mapping, inpainting and text-to-image generation in a single model

#Computervision #AI #ArtificialIntelligence #TensorFlow #PyTorch #DeepLearning #DataScience #MachineLearning #100DaysOfMLCode #Python #DataScientist #Statistics #Mathematics
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Unlike GauGAN1 the GauGAN2 can translate natural language descriptions into landscape images. Typing a phrase like “sunset at a beach” generates the scene

#Computervision #AI #ArtificialIntelligence #TensorFlow #PyTorch #DeepLearning #DataScience #MachineLearning #Math
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Unpopular opinion:

The tech talent shortage is actually an unwillingness to hire + train junior developers.

Every time I post a senior job, I get maybe 30 responses.

Every time I post a junior job, I get 300+.

Why?

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#100DaysOfCode #CodeNewbie #javascript #python
There is a glut of talented juniors out there, that don't get hired for up to a year after graduation.

There are untold numbers of self-taught devs in the same boat.

And don't get me started about the devs who give up, and get jobs they hate, because no one hires them

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Companies need to wake up to the fact that the way to fix the talent shortage is to change your hiring & team strategy.

You can train 5 junior devs in the time + money + opportunity cost it takes to hire 1 senior.

I know it's difficult. But it's the logical step forward.

🧶
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Hey all! Experimenting with a new format. You can ask me any questions you'd like for the next 30 minutes.

Topic: "How to get your first dev job"

PROMPT 1: How many responses are you getting from your job applications?

(Prompt 1 of 6)

#Mintbean #devlife #javascript #python
PROMPT 2: What's the funniest thing you've ever said (or heard said) in an interview?
PROMPT 3: Would you rather than a million USD, or the equivalent in Bitcoin?

Feel free to ask your career OR technical questions below.

#Mintbean #devlife #juniordevs #javascript #python
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Today we are going to talk about the basics of unit testing in #Python

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The Python programming language includes built-in packages for testing:

🐍 doctest
🐍 unittest
I already did a thread on Python's `doctest`:

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Image interpolation occurs when you resize or distort your image from one pixel grid to another.

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#computervision #IMAGE #DataScience #MachineLearning #DeepLearning #100DaysOfMLCode #Python #programming #Math #Stat #dataviz #DataAnalytics #AI #ArtificialIntelligence #data
Image interpolation works in two directions, and tries to achieve a best approximation of a pixel's intensity based on the values at surrounding pixels.

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#computervision #IMAGE #DataScience #MachineLearning #DeepLearning #100DaysOfMLCode #Python #programming #Math #Stat
Image resizing is necessary when you need to increase or decrease the total number of pixels, whereas remapping can occur when you are correcting for lens distortion or rotating an image.

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#computervision #DataScience #MachineLearning #DeepLearning #100DaysOfMLCode #Python
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Python comes with its own built-in debugger called `pdb`.

Let's talk about that in a mini-thread!

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`pdb` stands for Python debugger. It is a built-in part of Python's standard library

Here is a link to the documentation:

docs.python.org/3/library/pdb.…
To start debugging code with `pdb`, you need to write some code.

Here's the code you'll be using:
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Resources to learn Python in 2022
- books
- courses
- articles
- tutorial
- interview questions
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#Python
Top 6 Courses to Learn Python Online in 2022- Best of Lot

Read more: java67.com/2020/05/top-5-…
Top 5 Free Python Courses for Beginners to Learn Online in 2021 [UPDATED]

Read more: java67.com/2018/02/5-free…
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Va 🧵 con uno de los temas crypto que mas me están consultando: las DeFi 2.0, DAOs de liquidez estilo $OHM (ETH) y sus forks

Analizaré los siguientes:
$TIME $SB (Avax)
$KLIMA (Matic)
$WAGMI (ONE)
$IN (Solana)
$HEC, $SPA, $EXOD, $FHM (Fantom)
$GYRO, $XEUS, $TAC, $BSC33 (BSC)
La idea de estos protocolos es concentrar la liquidez recomepnsando a los usuarios que aporten esta liquidez

A diferencia de los DEXes que toman prestada la liquidez, estos protocolos la compran

Y te dan a cambio su token, es mucho mas "skin in the game" que el farm
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One big gotcha when it comes to #Python decorators is that the decorator will covertly replace the function's name and docstring with its own (🧵🐍👇)

Check out the following example Image
When you run the decorated code in the previous tweet, you will see that the decorated function's name and docstring have disappeared! Image
You may be wondering, why do I care if a function's name and docstring are replaced?

The reason this is important is that your introspection won't work correctly anymore. If you run Python's `help()` built-in against your decorated function, it will give you the wrong info
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#Python has had the concept of context managers for a loooong time!

Let's talk about context managers again!

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The `with` statement, which is the normal way for working with context managers, was added back in Python 2.5!

Here is a pretty common example of using a context manager: Image
The beauty of a context manager is that they allow you to do some setup and teardown automatically.

The downside is that is abstracted away and can sometimes make the code less obvious when debugging
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Python's Math module has many powerful commands that allows you to perform many mathematical tasks easily.

#Python #AI #MachineLearning
#100DaysOfCode #DataScience
Let's have a look at some of them 🧵 ↓
1. math.sqrt is used to return the square root of a number.

Example 👇
2. math.fabs() is used to return the absolute value of a number.

Example 👇
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You learn Programming and don't have good problem Solving Skills ?

I got your back;

Here are top 4 Websites to Practice your problem solving skills as a programmer.

#programming #Coding #Python #AI #DataScience #problemsolving

A thread 🦊👇
1. Hackerrank
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Logging in #Python is a popular topic and it's a really useful one to understand.

Today we are going to learn more about that!

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Python includes the `logging` module as a part of its standard library.

You can get started using it quite easily:
Python's `logging` module supports multiple logging levels:

🐍 notset
🐍 debug
🐍 info
🐍 warning
🐍 error
🐍 critical
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One of the harder concepts to learn in #Python are decorators.

So let's take a few moments and learn about them!

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It's always good to start with a regular function. Why?

Because you create a decorator using functions!

This function, `doubler()` takes in a number and doubles it. That's it! Image
But wait! #Python functions are also objects. You can get their `__name__` and their docstring (`__doc__`), if they have one.

You can also get a listing of their other methods with `dir()`

What all this means is that you can pass a function to another function! Image
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¿Aún no sabes por qué aprender #Python?
Hoy te traemos 8 razones para convertirte en especialista del lenguaje de programación más requerido en el mercado ⚡🧵
1️⃣ Es el lenguaje ideal para comenzar a programar.

Es de código abierto y no debe ser compilado. Con la motivación correcta, podrás dominar esta herramienta a corto plazo. Pronto te encontrarás desarrollando tus primeras aplicaciones sin problema 💪
2️⃣ Tiene una sintaxis accesible.

La legibilidad y claridad del código permite a personas con un nivel de 'alfabetización' básico en lenguajes de programación, escribir instrucciones o realizar procesos específicos de forma sencilla.
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