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series: NO DATA SCIENTIST IS THE SAME! – part 3 All Python notebooks from this series are available on our Gitlab page.

series: NO DATA SCIENTIST IS THE SAME! – part 2 All Python notebooks from this series are available on our Gitlab page.

series: NO DATA SCIENTIST IS THE SAME! – part 1 All Python notebooks from this series are available on our Gitlab page.

In this blog we use timeseries analyses to model the trend in Dutch marriages and extrapolate this to the first two Covid-19 years (2020 and 2021). Doing so we are able to shed some light on the expected amount of marriages postponed, and what might be ahead of us in 2022, of course dependent on [...]

If you are more a Data Scientist than a Data Engineer, you’ve just started working in Azure Synapse Analytics Studio and you feel lost and frustrated every now and again, I feel you and I’m here for you. I can only hope you are as lucky as I am, having some very skilled Data Engineering […]

What did we learn from joining Kaggle's Commonlit Readability prize? Well, next to having a lot of fun, it definitely helped us to explore the text analytics landscape even further. You can read our whole story in this article
For our latest Project Friday, we entered the CommonLit Readability competition on Kaggle. We learned a lot from working together on this cool NLP task. Stay tuned to see where this led us.
Learn how to create an overview of all the e-books on your computer and even retrieve their ISBN and summary.
Starting to build machine learning models using Python can surely be overwhelming due to the endless possibilities that this open source tool offers. Therefore, we built a Python package that guides (junior) data analysts and scientists through all the steps involved in building machine learning models with easy to use functions.