Hi, My name is Ralph Turchiano, and if you have been following my blogs, you know I have been scouring through published studies about every day now since 2006. During this time, I picked up a strong desire for data analytics ( Python that is ) and biostatistics.
This feed specializes in published studies that may have a personal impact on most readers. As much as I would love to publish research involving astrobiology, it may not have a great deal of relevance to John Doe of Willimingtan, Indiana.
As of 02 AUG 2020, I started to include data tricks and tips that I have picked up along the way of my Python Data Science Journey that can help the amateur data scientist interpret the data found in many of these published reports. So together, we can confirm and or learn from their statistical methodologies and filter out potential biases and confounding. None of us are perfect, but together we can be of great help to each other.
It is vital to the future of humanity as well as many little tiny cute creatures that we help ensure the general public can read and interpret with some accuracy the many spectacular, awe-inspiring discoveries unfolding every day.