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Entropy Measures Diversity
Editor’s note
: this post and the following one are hastily revised blog posts from early in my graduate career. They reflect some simplistic thinking about questions of…
Jun 16, 2022
Phil Chodrow
Favorite References for Hypergraph Data Science
This bibliography is a selection of some of the papers that influence (or express) my ways of thinking about the challenges and opportunities in hypergraph network data…
Dec 20, 2022
Phil Chodrow
Information Measures Segregation
Editor’s note
: this post and the following one are hastily revised blog posts from early in my graduate career. They reflect some simplistic thinking about questions of…
Jun 16, 2022
Phil Chodrow
Interactive Choropleths of Census Data with R
In this short blog post, I’ll illustrate how to acquire and visualize US Census data choropleths using R. Since the last time I worked on spatial data, the R ecosystem…
Jun 19, 2022
Phil Chodrow
Learning in Public about Teaching Machine Learning
In Spring ’23, I taught two sections of Middlebury’s course CSCI 0451, Machine Learning. This is an elective in our computer science department which has been taught a…
Apr 25, 2023
Phil Chodrow
The Short Story of Bregman Information for Measuring Segregation
This is a post for folks who are interested in some of the most important mathematical properties of Bregman divergences. Bregman divergences offer a flexible platform from…
Jun 24, 2022
Phil Chodrow
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