We looked inside some of the tweets by @gkampolis and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Rankings (sorted by number of followers)
560. in country Greece
Having to complete a 12-week placement with @marinescotland from Greece proved a challenge for Georgios After overcoming the challenges & enjoying the experience, remote working is now an asset on his CV: https://t.co/GT24Qx5BmG #datascience #data #studentexperience #msc
My @DataLabScotland placement experience with @marinescotland and @overchord & M. Machairopoulou during my studies has been nothing short of excellent, a great learning opportunity for me. Incredibly happy to see the sentiment is echoed by other @DataLabMsc students as well! https://t.co/02vtPgaa86
ProbCast : #OpenSource production, evaluation and #visualisation of probabilistic #forecasts https://t.co/Fe8yY7WqSM #engineering #forecasting #software #energy #EnergyUse #OpenAccess @EEEStrathclyde @jethrobrowell @1CiaranG https://t.co/p9WySt6sUF
Our contact tracing app – Protect Scotland – is now available to download. It is: 🔹 Simple and easy to use 🔹 Private and anonymous 🔹 An extra tool to support #TestAndProtect Download today to help us stop the spread ⬇
I don’t know who needs to hear this, but: if you somehow developed the skills to do independent research before starting your PhD, then wow!! 💫 🦄 But I didn’t. So if you’re like me, then come to grad school, and we’ll train you to become an independent researcher. 👩🏫 👩🎓
When I started my PhD, 1 of my classmates had 1st author papers from undergrad in 2 of the top 5 journals in our field. I hadn’t even heard of those journals!!!! Today, he’s a tenured professor in a top-10 department, NSF CAREER awardee, etc. Guess what... I am too!! https://t.co/Kf0MfRInhu
The presenter puts up a slide showing “random forest variable importance.” You know the one... The sideways bar plot. Says “only showing the top 20 variables here...” to highlight the hi-dimensional power of random forests. The slide is awkwardly wide-screen. Everyone squints.
This went straight in to my happily ever-growing collection of thought-provoking and useful Twitter threads in the data science/ML field. Even if you know of the issue, the next steps bit at the end was very helpful to me. https://t.co/gjnwrSnUsv
Magrittr 2.0 is coming soon and we need your help to test it! It has been rewritten in C to solve longstanding overhead issues and offers increased compatibility with the future pipe in base R. Details at https://t.co/dNcgwoRVm3
We are working on a new implementation of the pipe for the next magrittr release. It: 1) has cleaner backtraces 2) is much faster 3) works lazily Our analysis and testing suggest it should be a drop in replacement for >99.9% of code but we need your help testing it! #rstats https://t.co/2fVFvttsZD
Communication tip: When you're writing for an audience of varying experience levels, explain concepts using language that to experts doesn't feel like an explanation https://t.co/llCkTr4GWy