Lynx Roundup, November 17th 2019

Lynx Roundup, November 17th 2019

Modular deep learning! HTML in Jupyter!

Matthew Alhonte
Matthew Alhonte
The ladder of social science reasoning, 4 statements in increasing order of generality, or Why didn’t they say they were sorry when it turned out they’d messed up?
JupyterWith: Declarative, Reproducible Notebook Environments
Millions of Jupyter notebooks are spread over the internet - machine learning, astrophysics, biology, economy, you name it. What a great age for reproducible science! Or that’s what you think until you try to actually run these notebooks. Then you realize that having understandable high-level code a…
Using deep learning to predict parameters of batteries on electric vehicles
The batteries used to power electric vehicles have several key characterizing parameters, including voltage, temperature, and state of change (SOC). As battery faults are associated with abnormal fluctuations in these parameters, effectively predicting them is of vital importance to ensure that elec…
8080labs/pyforest
Lazy-import of all popular Python Data Science libraries - 8080labs/pyforest
‘More than 100’ immigrants hit with tear gas and pepper spray by ICE in US detention centre
An ICE official confirms the use of pepper spray, and says ‘no detainee or staff injuries were reported’
Measuring to Control vs. Measuring to Learn and Improve
Teams that are worried about measurement dysfunction will have a hard time establishing the safety necessary to learn, and learn about how they learn.
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Matthew Alhonte

Supervillain in somebody's action hero movie. Experienced a radioactive freak accident at a young age which rendered him part-snake and strangely adept at Python.