## 5 Probability Distributions Every Data Scientist Should Know

Probability Distributions are like 3D glasses. They allow a skilled Data Scientist to recognize patterns in otherwise completely random variables.

Category: Data Science

Probability Distributions are like 3D glasses. They allow a skilled Data Scientist to recognize patterns in otherwise completely random variables.

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There is a Japanese word, tsundoku (積ん読), which means buying and keeping a growing collection of books, even though you don’t really read them all.

Deep Learning has revolutionized the Machine Learning scene in the last years. Can we apply it to image compression? How well can a Deep Learning algorithm reconstruct pictures of kittens? What’s an autoencoder?

Today we’ll use XGBoost Boosted Trees for regression over an official HDI dataset. Who said Supervised Learning was all about classification?

Unsupervised Learning has been called the closest thing we have to “actual” Artificial Intelligence, in the sense of General AI.

K-Means Clustering is one of its simplest, but most powerful applications.

When doing Statistical Analysis, curiosity and intuition are two of a Data Scientist’s most powerful tools. The third one may be Pandas.