To those who are not comfortable with using Git/Version Control yet: I’ve created detailed feedback forms for the tools that I’m actively maintaining.
- the nnetsauce, a general-purpose tool for Statistical/Machine Learning: feedback form.
- the querier, an SQL-like query language: feedback form.
- the teller, a model-agnostic tool for Machine Learning explainability: feedback form.
- ESGtoolkit , a tool for Monte Carlo simulation: feedback form.
- crossval, a tool offering generic validation functions for predictive models: feedback form.
A link to these forms can also be found in each package’s README, in section Contributing. Next week, I’ll publish a post about Git/Github and submitting Pull/Requests.
Note: I am currently looking for a gig. You can hire me on Malt or send me an email: thierry dot moudiki at pm dot me. I can do descriptive statistics, data preparation, feature engineering, model calibration, training and validation, and model outputs’ interpretation. I am fluent in Python, R, SQL, Microsoft Excel, Visual Basic (among others) and French. My résumé? Here!