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Linear Regression

Other than being useful in its own right, understanding and being able to implement linear regression is an important first stepping stone to understanding and executing some more complicated algorithms such as perceptrons and neural networks.   1,129 more words

Living By Your Own Standards

I’ve always said that I have a higher standard of expectation for myself than I have had for anyone else around me.  But, sitting here, I have to wonder if even the lesser standards I have for others aren’t sometimes expecting too much of people. 695 more words

Choices

Balsamic Reduction

Seems like every restaurant has balsamic reduction on their menu. But for pretty good reason. This stuff is crazy good on food, salads and even desserts.  291 more words

Paleo

Cosmic Force

According to some of the most elevated scientific minds of today there is a deeply rooted undefinable Force that is holding all mass together, this Force is generally known as the Color Force and or the Strong Force. 388 more words

Basar Published

Creative Choices

I’ve been working with my fairly old Wacom Bamboo tablet (probably about 10 years old at this point) to help with some of the delicate work in my Photoshop art.  352 more words

Choices

The Deer Tattoo (Building Blocks)

For this Building Blocks I thought I would compose a poem about unpredictable disruptions of life.  Time molds vivid memories from one’s past into the building blocks of one’s writing… 95 more words

Steven S. Walsky

Setting yourself up for Success: tips for trainers

We all know by now how important it is to set our horse up for success in training. We know how to do it: influencing the context in which the horse learns a new skill, keeping the sessions short, splitting your goal into small training steps and be aware of our reward schedule. 619 more words

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