Simulating Probability in R: The Classic Monty Hall Problem

Image by Arek Socha from Pixabay  Introduction Over the course of this post, we’re going to learn about using simulation to understand probability and we’ll use the classic example of the Monty Hall gameshow problem. Monty Hall had a gameshow back in the day, where he showcased the following problem. If you’re not familiar with him or they […]

Don’t Miss The Bias-Variance Tradeoff Question in Your Next Interview

Why Do Interviewers Ask About it? Questions about the bias-variance tradeoff are used very frequently in interviews for data scientist positions. They often serve to delineate a data scientist that is seasoned and knows their stuff versus one that is junior… and more specifically, as one who is unfamiliar with their options for mitigating prediction […]