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Frank D. Evans

Frank D. Evans

Frank is a Data Scientist that works heavily with big data systems. His work spans financial analysis and behavioral analytics to sports analytics. His primary interest is in machine learning and feature engineering on very large scales. You can check out his work here: https://github.com/frankdevans and http://www.slideshare.net/frankdevans.
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If every ‘new’ idea is derivative, derive them.

Everything is derivative. Take advantage of that. “New” ideas are the next step in an extensive network of existing people and ideas. If we can get the data and reconstruct the network, we can analyze it and understand where branches of a network have the potential for innovation.

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How a Data Scientist Built a Web-Based Data Application

I’m an algorithms guy. I love exploring data sets, building cool models, and finding interesting patterns that are hidden in that data. Once I have a model, then of course I want a great interactive, visual way to communicate it to anyone that will listen. When it comes to interactive visuals there is nothing better than JavaScript’s D3. It’s smooth and beautiful.

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Topic Modeling the State of the Union: TV and Partisanship

Do you feel like partisanship is running amok? It’s not your imagination. As an example, the modern State of the Union has become hyperpartisan, and topic modeling quantifies that effect. 

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Text Analysis with R: Does POTUS Write the State of the Union or Vice Versa?

In this post, I apply text clustering techniques – hierarchical clustering, K-Means, and Principal Components Analysis – to every presidential state of the union address from Truman to Obama. I used R for the setup, the clustering, and the data vis.

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