A comments section is now available on this blog, at the bottom of each post. I do welcome criticism and genuinely appreciate it. With, definitely, a marked bias for constructive comments (using your real name or a way to recognize you as a person).
This could be the occasion for you to re-read or discover my previous posts about nnetsauce!
In general regarding the tools described here, which are downloaded thousands of times each month: there are still other ways to interact, as listed in points 1), 2), and 3) below:
- the nnetsauce, a general-purpose tool for Statistical/Machine Learning, based on randomized/quasi-randomized networks: feedback form.
- the mlsauce, Miscellaneous Machine Learning stuff: feedback form.
- the querier, an SQL-like query language for tabular data: feedback form.
- the teller, a model-agnostic tool for Machine Learning explainability: feedback form.
- crossval, a tool offering generic validation functions for predictive models: feedback form.
- ESGtoolkit , a tool for Monte Carlo simulation: feedback form.
2) Submit Pull Requests on GitHub
3) Reaching out directly via email
Using the following address: thierry dot moudiki at pm dot me
To those who are contacting me on LinkedIn: Please, add a short message to your request.