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Livestream: Intro to Kaggle: XG Boost! with Kaggle’s Dr. Rachel Tatman
January 16 @ 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm
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Dr. Rachael Tatman from Seattle is going to give an introduction to Kaggle and a beginner-friendly workshop on XG Boost algorithm.
Dr. Rachael Tatman has a PhD in Linguistics from the University of Washington. She studies computational sociolinguistics, or how our social identity affects the way we use language in computational contexts. She is currently a Data Preparation Analyst at Kaggle, where she’s working to increase the breadth & depth of the data available on their public data platform.
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