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Bayesian Methods for Hackers

  • Sep 26, 2013 · 7:30 PM
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Bayesian Methods for Hackers by Cam Davidson-Pilon

Cam Davidson-Pilon is a ex-finance quant from Waterloo, Ontario. His experiences in statistics and Python have taken him to Moscow, Toronto and now Ottawa, where he recently joined the data-team at Shopify. Cam is the author of Bayesian Methods for Hackers, the open-source book on Github, and the blog camdp.com (aka that subway blog).

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