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Photo by Jennifer Latuperisa-Andresen on Unsplash

Also, a lesson in Altair python visualisations

This is an ancient technique. It’s called a power stance. You own the universe, so raise your goblet of rock; it’s a toast to those who rock. Now smile and nod your head and let me see your eyeballs wide like there’s something wrong.


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Photo by veeterzy on Unsplash

Her plants were not in good shape; Python, Streamlit, and machine learning came to rescue


Data exploration of migrants and their ultimate journeys

The past — a train journey


A counterargument of programmers getting obsolete given the advent of GPT by OpenAI

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A story in frames! The image is produced employing context-free grammar, by means of which many phenomena in our universe are governed such as the growth of trees. The fact that nature can take something simple and can produce something complicated such as humans and animals is an indication that we are quite far away from that process for now as far as teaching the machines is concerned (Image by Author)


I merely wanted to have a decent conversation but GPT had other plans

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Photo by Simon Maage on Unsplash


An intuitive introduction to Game Theory and Nash Equilibrium


Using Game Theory to resolve the restaurant selection conflict between two friends.

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Photo by Rachel Park on Unsplash


Decoding the crusades of the statistics world — Bayesian vs Frequentism


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Photo by Cris Saur on Unsplash

Bayesian linear regression in Python to quantify my sleeping time


Satellite data analysis in Jupyter to find out how green London is!

Prashant Mudgal

Management Consultant, Data Scientist. Interested in anything science, maths, startup principles, and film theory. I don’t use superlatives. Hi!

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