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Podcast #071: Reinforcement Learning with Matt Gershoff
Podcast #071: Reinforcement Learning with Matt Gershoff
By on September 12, 2017

With all of the buzz about machine learning and AI coming to market, we thought it would be good to dig in a bit to one branch of machine learning ... read more »

Podcast #070: The Case for Customer Lifetime Value with Dr. Peter Fader
By on August 29, 2017

Dr. Peter Fader is a long-time “friend of the digital analytics industry” for good reason — he is a long-standing advocate for the practical application of data! In this episode ... read more »

Podcast #069: The Biases of the Analyst
By on August 15, 2017

On the latest episode of the Digital Analytics Power Hour, we welcomed our new co-host — Moe Kiss — and then dove into the topic of various types of biases ... read more »

Podcast #068: Engaging with Your Local Analytics Community
By on August 1, 2017

We’ve got the Measure Slack team and LinkedIn and the DAA community forums and the #measure hashtag on Twitter and blogs and podcasts, but, at the end of the day, ... read more »

Podcast #067: R you Considering Python?
By on July 18, 2017

On the latest episode of The Digital Analytics Power Hour podcast, Michael and I sat down with Ryan Praskieviecz from EY to chat about his experience learning to “program with data” ... read more »

How to Build a Brain-Friendly Bar Chart in R
By on July 17, 2017

This post was inspired by a post by Lea Pica: How to Build a Brain-Friendly Bar Chart in Domo. In that post, Lea started with the default rendering of a ... read more »

R You Interested in Auditing Your Google Analytics Data Collection?
By on July 7, 2017

One of the benefits of programming with data — with a platform like R — is being able to get a computer to run through mind-numbing and tedious, but useful, ... read more »

Podcast #066: The Democratization of the Data
By on July 4, 2017

On the latest episode of The Digital Analytics Power Hour, we tackled the topic of “data democracy:” should everyone have access to all the data, or should access to the data only ... read more »

The Trouble (My Troubles) with Statistics
By on July 3, 2017

Okay. I admit it. That’s a linkbait-y title. In my defense, though, the only audience that would be successfully baited by it, I think, are digital analysts, statisticians, and data ... read more »

Podcast #065: Digital Analytics from a Psychological Perspective
By on June 20, 2017

On the latest episode of The Digital Analytics Power Hour, we sat down with Dr. Liraz Margalit, Head of Digital Behavioral Research at Clicktale to chat about the psychology of ... read more »