Littered with Corona, this year was not easy. But looking around me, I feel grateful. The following quote by Socrates comes to mind:
“If all our misfortunes were laid in one common heap whence everyone must take an equal portion, most people would be content to take their own and depart.”
On topic, as with previous years I checked my analytics so as to let you know which posts got the most attention. Without further ado here are the three most popular posts for this year.
Why complex models are data-hungry? (11:00 minutes average time on page)
R + Python = Rython (5:15 minutes average time on page)
In third place, and also my own personal favorite for the year:
Understanding Spectral Clustering (3:48 minutes average time on page)
By way of contrast, the lowest readers/effort ratio was the post Boundary corrected kernel density.
On the left you can find the most popular posts from previous years.
Thank you for reading, for sharing, for your emails, and for your corrections and comments.
Happy, healthy, corona-free, and productive 2021!
pic credit: Morvanic Lee
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