October 31, 2016

Ok, so you may have read the previous post describing the following situation: You are fishing exactly 3 fish. This is from a tiny lake with 7 fish in total, 3 of which are gold and 4 of which are grey. The random quantity X, denotes the number of gold fish that come o...

October 28, 2016

So you want to explain probability to your child? Or maybe you want to understand it a bit more yourself? Consider this example. I've done it with a class of 10 year olds before and they seemed very receptive.

You fish in a very small lake. A real small one. There are 4...

October 25, 2016

Data Science is clearly a hot area, and so is Julia. Maybe you haven’t heard about the programming language Julia? It is a high level dynamic programming language, designed to be both fast and flexible from the start. Fast, means having (almost) comparable performance...

October 23, 2016

A few months ago we set out to develop a fun and educational game. This was to be the first One on Epsilon product. We were seeking to rapidly develop a product that is not too complex, yet serves a specific purpose in alignment with our overarching mission: Creating p...

October 23, 2016

One typical task carried out in the field of Data Science is classification. This means using response attributes to classify (tag) different objects or individuals. The name of our new company, "One on Epsilon" does just that. Let me explain.

Whenever I...

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