Anomaly Detection Using The Adobe Analytics API


As digital marketers & analysts, we're often asked to quantify when a metric goes beyond just random variation and becomes an actual "unexpected" result. In cases such as A/B..N testing, it's easy to calculate a t-test to quantify the difference … [Continue reading]

Tabular Data I/O in Julia

Importing tabular data into Julia can be done in (at least) three ways: reading a delimited file into an array, reading a delimited file into a DataFrame and accessing databases using ODBC. … [Continue reading]

Amazon Elastic MapReduce with Python

In a previous rant about data science & innovation, I made reference to a problem I'm having at work where I wanted to classify roughly a quarter-billion URLs by predicted website content (without having to actually visit the website). A few … [Continue reading]