Keith McNultyFifteen Questions to Test Your Statistics KnowledgeData Scientists need a decent grasp of statistics — how do you rate?14h ago114h ago1

Keith McNultyHow To Tell If You Can Be a Great MathematicianIt’s all about your instinct for generalizing your insights5d ago15d ago1

Keith McNultyGet Your LLMs to Respond With Real Time InfoEven with the smallest Llama 3.1 model, tools allow you to generate impressive responses based on real-time infoJul 291Jul 291

Keith McNultyThe Remarkable Relationship Between the Fibonacci Numbers and the Golden RatioYou can derive the Golden Ratio from the Fibonacci numbers and you can generate the Fibonacci numbers from the Golden RatioJul 291Jul 291

Keith McNultyHow to Geometrically Understand Integration By PartsBuilding a visual understanding of the common high school math methodJul 235Jul 235

Keith McNultyThe Mechanics of Societal CollapseCan a line of code now do as much damage as a warhead?Jul 204Jul 204

Keith McNultyTwo Fascinating Properties of the Fibonacci SequenceThere is no better way to learn mathematical induction than to work with the Fibonacci sequenceJul 152Jul 152

Keith McNultyHow To Summarize Public Opinion Using RAG AIA step-by-step tutorial using an example of a large database of comments from New York Times readersJul 143Jul 143

Keith McNultyA Fantastic Introduction to the Concept of Bayesian StatisticsAll you need to know to solve this Cambridge University entrance problem is Bayes’ TheoremJul 85Jul 85

Keith McNultyDeath to SpreadsheetsWhile the debate rages about a reproducibility crisis in academia, there’s a much more common one right under our nosesJul 419Jul 419