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Roger Peng and Hilary Parker talk about the latest in data science and data analysis in academia and industry.

Not So Standard Deviations Roger Peng and Hilary Parker

    • Technology
    • 4.1 • 14 Ratings

Roger Peng and Hilary Parker talk about the latest in data science and data analysis in academia and industry.

    134 - Special Guest Julia Silge

    134 - Special Guest Julia Silge

    Hilary and Roger welcome Julia Silge to the show to talk about tidymodels, modeling, and other important topics.
     
    Show Notes:
    Julia Silge
    You Look Like a Thing and I Love You
    Support us through our Patreon page
    Roger on Twitter
    Hilary on Twitter
    Get the Not So Standard Deviations book
    Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts
    Subscribe to the podcast on Google Play
    Find past episodes
    Contact us at nssdeviations @ gmail.com
    Podcast art by Jessica Crowell

    • 1 hr 9 min
    133 - Cicada Special

    133 - Cicada Special

    Hilary and Roger are back with things to talk about, including some follow up on design thinking, how Family Feud is related to data analysis, and the role of trust in data analysis.
     
    Show Notes:
    Trustworthy Data Analysis (Simply Statistics)
    Support us through our Patreon page
    Roger on Twitter
    Hilary on Twitter
    Get the Not So Standard Deviations book
    Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts
    Subscribe to the podcast on Google Play
    Find past episodes
    Contact us at nssdeviations @ gmail.com
    Podcast art by Jessica Crowell

    • 1 hr 7 min
    132 - Languishing

    132 - Languishing

    Hilary and Roger discuss some NSSD-centric but ancillary topics for this episode. 
    Show Notes:
    Roger on Twitter
    Hilary on Twitter
    Get the Not So Standard Deviations book
    Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts
    Subscribe to the podcast on Google Play
    Find past episodes
    Contact us at nssdeviations @ gmail.com
    Podcast art by Jessica Crowell

    • 18 min
    131 - Email Grab Bag

    131 - Email Grab Bag

    Hilary and Roger go through the mail bag and answer some listener questions about tidymodels, advice for beginners, and negative and positive controls in data analysis.
     
    Show Notes:
    Finding a lost hiker
    workflowsets package
    Support us through our Patreon page
    Roger on Twitter
    Hilary on Twitter
    Get the Not So Standard Deviations book
    Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts
    Subscribe to the podcast on Google Play
    Find past episodes
    Contact us at nssdeviations@gmail.com
    Podcast art by Jessica Crowell

    • 1 hr 4 min
    130 - Four Sigma Club

    130 - Four Sigma Club

    Hilary and Roger discuss whether Hilary is becoming the thing she criticizes and how large p-values should really be.
     
    Show Notes:
    Hilary Asks The Internet
    Support us through our Patreon page
    Roger on Twitter
    Hilary on Twitter
    Get the Not So Standard Deviations book
    Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts
    Subscribe to the podcast on Google Play
    Find past episodes
    Contact us at nssdeviations@gmail.com
    Podcast art by Jessica Crowell

    • 49 min
    129 - Monetizing False Positives

    129 - Monetizing False Positives

    Hilary and Roger talk about the boat, coffee status, and the purpose of prediction modeling frameworks.
     
    Show Notes:
    Tidymodels.org
    James Hoffman Ultimate French Press Technique
    Support us through our Patreon page
    Roger on Twitter
    Hilary on Twitter
    Get the Not So Standard Deviations book
    Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts
    Subscribe to the podcast on Google Play
    Find past episodes
    Contact us at nssdeviations@gmail.com
    Podcast art by Jessica Crowell

    • 1 hr 13 min

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

Svenjaminson ,

(Like) Great (like )content

I enjoy the content but like I struggle when like at least 1 and often like two-four words per sentence are 'like’ filler like words.

peter.robinson ,

Enjoyable, lightweight, relaxed & a bit of fun

The podcast doens't go deeply into topics. It's more like lisetning in to a couple of friends chatting over coffee but there's some really good stuff, some interesting stuff and some less interesting (like US politics which the rest of the world are just dismayed by).

HammersteinJ ,

Accessable, human and brilliant

Easy and helpful to listen to for someone just starting in data science. Roger and Hilary and delightful to listen to!

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