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Month: May 2016

TensorFlow on Windows 10 Using Docker Installation Method

TensorFlow on Windows 10 Using Docker Installation Method

I am taking an online course of Deep Learning now and it requires me to use TensorFlow. I spent a lot of time searching around, testing different things, and finally managed to run TensorFlow on my windows 10 laptop. So I think maybe I should write a post to remind myself, just in case I need to do it again in the future. And I hope this post can save someone else’s time too. The overview section of Download and…

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My Experience with Udacity Data Analyst Nano-degree

My Experience with Udacity Data Analyst Nano-degree

After spending most of my spare time in the past 8 months, I finally graduated from the Udacity Data Analyst Nano-Degree program! Before I started this program, I have spent many hours searching online for reviews and discussions about it. Now I would like to share my whole experience with the internet and hope it is helpful to someone like me. Since I have also taken other courses at coursera.org and edx.org, I can make some direct comparisons which should be helpful…

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Have Flights Delays decreased Over Time?

Have Flights Delays decreased Over Time?

I think it is not just me who would think that, as technology advances, the flight carriers are able to reduce the arrival delay over time. Is that really the case? I looked into the historic flights data and found something surprising and interesting. First I downloaded all the historic flights data from stat-computing.org.  These 22 years (1987 -2008) of data add up to be more than 10 GB. So I wrote a piece of R code which can read each…

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