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“Data-driven science is a failure of imagination” (Petr Keil)

Happened across this today … I could not agree more: “Data-driven science is a failure of imagination” by Petr Keil. I look forward to reading his posts on Bayesian statistics.

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On Dangers of Indiscriminate Clustering

K-means and other algorithms for clustering are widely used for determining associations based upon standardized series of attributes. While there are a number of clustering algorithms, including some robust ones, some not-so-robust, some non-parametric, and some model-based, all share two … Continue reading

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