All posts from: August 2019

The Evolving Language of Data Science 

…or Grokking the Bokeh of Scarse Meaning Increasement “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.” — Dr. Inigo Montoya I’m a technical writer at Indeed. One of the many great things about my job is that I get to work with smart people every day. A […]

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Recognize Class Imbalance with Baselines and Better Metrics

In my first machine learning course as an undergrad, I built a recommender system. Using a dataset from a social music website, I created a model to predict whether a given user would like a given artist. I was thrilled when initial experiments showed that for 99% of the points in my dataset, I gave […]

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You Probably Have Missing Data

Here’s a Guide on When to Care Strategies to address missing data¹ At Indeed, our mission is to help people get jobs. Searching for a job can be stressful, which is one reason why Indeed is always looking for ways to make the process easier and our products better. Surveys provide us with an ongoing measure of […]

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