Blog archive, page 93

Data Science

Crunchbase network analysis with Python

Crunchbase recently converted its backend database to a Neo4j graph database. This will give it great flexibility in the future, but for now, the data is exposed similarly to how it always has been: individual entities are retrieved and attribute data must be used to form edges between them prior to any graph analysis. Aside from traversing links manually on the web pages, there are no provisions for graph analysis.

By Casson Stallings6 min read

Data Science

Easy Parallel Loops in Python, R, Matlab and Octave

The Domino platform makes it trivial to run your analysis in the cloud on very powerful hardware (up to 32 cores and 250GB of memory), allowing massive performance increases through parallelism. In this post, we'll show you how to parallelize your code in a variety of languages to utilize multiple cores. This may sound intimidating, but Python, R, and Matlab have features that make it very simple.

By Nick Elprin3 min read

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