Anomaly Detection Resources

Carnegie Mellon PhD student Yue Zhao collects this great Github repository of anomaly detection resources: https://github.com/yzhao062/anomaly-detection-resources The repository consists of tools for multiple languages (R, Python, Matlab, Java) and resources in the form of: Books & Academic Papers Online Courses and Videos Outlier Datasets Algorithms and Applications Open-source and Commercial Libraries/Toolkits Key Conferences & Journals…

GoalKicker: Free Programming Books

This specific link has been on my to-do list for so-long now that I’ve decided to just share it without any further ado. The people behind GoalKicker, for whatever reason, decided to compile nearly 100 books on different programming languages based on among others StackOverflow entries. Their open access library contains books on languages from…

Sentiment Analysis of Stranger Things Seasons 1 and 2

Jordan Dworkin, a Biostatistics PhD student at the University of Pennsylvania, is one of the few million fans of Stranger Things, a 80s-themed Netflix series combining drama, fantasy, mystery, and horror. Awaiting the third season, Jordan was curious as to the emotional voyage viewers went through during the series, and he decided to examine this…

Robust Effect Sizes for Independent Group Comparisons

Originally posted on basic statistics:
When I was an undergrad, I was told that beyond a certain sample size (n=30 if I recall correctly), t-tests and ANOVAs are fine. This was a lie. I wished I had been taught robust methods and that t-tests and ANOVAs on means are only a few options among many…