Causal Inference

This is the eighth post on the series we work our way through “Causal Inference In Statistics” a nice Primer co-authored by Judea Pearl himself.


ISSUE #113

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Jul 25, 2021

Dear friends,

Welcome to the July 25th issue of the Sunday Briefing.

We’re proud to announce two new blog posts! Over at G4Sci we have Erdős-Rényi Model and Clustering Coefficient where we introduce the ER Model of Random Graphs and the Clustering Coefficient of a network. You While at the V4Sci substack we have: Color Blindness: Simple imge manipulation in matplotlib. You should Subscribe to G4Sci and to Subscribe to V4Sci so you never miss a post!

Over at Medium, Competing CoVID-19 Strains is the most recent post on the Epidemiology series and Mediation is the latest for the…


ISSUE #112

A weekly newsletter with the latest developments in Data Science and Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence.

Jul 18, 2021​

Dear Friends,

Welcome to the 112th issue of the Sunday Briefing.

You can check out the latest post of “Visualization for Science” substack: 3D Plot so check it out and don’t forget to Subscribe to V4Sci so you never miss a post!

In the latest post at G4Sci: Network Motifs: Frequent patterns in Graphs where we introduce the ESU algorithm for exhaustive enumeration of all subgraphs of a given size. You should Subscribe to G4Sci to make sure you never miss a post!

Over at Medium, Competing CoVID-19 Strains is the most recent post on the Epidemiology series and…


ISSUE #111

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Jul 11, 2021

Dear friends,

Welcome to the 111th issue of the Sunday Briefing.

This week we’re happy to announce the latest post of “Visualization for Science” substack: 3D Plot so check it out and don’t forget to Subscribe to V4Sci so you never miss a post!

You can also checkout the latest post at G4Sci: Network Motifs: Frequent patterns in Graphs where we introduce the ESU algorithm for exhaustive enumeration of all subgraphs of a given size. You should Subscribe to G4Sci to make sure you never miss a post!

Over at Medium, Competing CoVID-19 Strains is the most recent post…


A hands-on overview with a real world dataset

The United States Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) publishes a wealth of dataset on all things transportation related. One of those datasets under the unassuming name of “T-100 Domestic Segment (U.S. Carriers)” is described as:

This table contains domestic non-stop segment data reported by U.S. air carriers, including carrier, origin, destination, aircraft type and service class for transported passengers, freight and mail, available capacity, scheduled departures, departures performed, aircraft hours, and load factor when both origin and destination airports are located within the boundaries of the United States and its territories.

This is essentially a large csv file where each…


ISSUE #110

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Jul 4, 2021​

Dear friends,

Welcome to the July 4th issue of the Sunday Briefing.

This week we’re happy to announce the second post of “Visualization for Science” substack: Time Series State Map so check it out and don’t forget to Subscribe to V4Sci so you never miss a post!

You can also checkout the latest post at G4Sci: Network Motifs: Frequent patterns in Graphs where we introduce the ESU algorithm for exhaustive enumeration of all subgraphs of a given size. You should Subscribe to G4Sci to make sure you never miss a post!

Over at Medium, Competing CoVID-19 Strains is the…


ISSUE #109

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Jun 27, 2021​

Dear friends,

Welcome to the June 27th issue of the Sunday Briefing where we continue to celebrate the two year 🍾🍾 anniversary of the newsletter.

This week we’re happy to announce a completely new project, the “Visualization for Science” substack where we will post practical how-to’s on how to generate beautiful and useful visualizations from real world datasets using a variety of Python packages. The first post, Crime in San Francisco: Using Seaborn FacetGrid and contextily is already out so check it out and don’t forget to Subscribe to V4Sci so you never miss a post!

You can also…


ISSUE #108

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Jun 20, 2021

​Dear friends,

Welcome to the 108th issue of the Sunday Briefing. This week we continue to celebrate the two year 🍾🍾 anniversary of the newsletter.

This week we’re on hiatus from blogging (big news on this front next week), but you can checkout the latest post at G4Sci: Network Motifs: Frequent patterns in Graphs where we introduce the ESU algorithm for exhaustive enumeration of all subgraphs of a given size. You should Subscribe to G4Sci to make sure you never miss a post!

Over at Medium, Competing CoVID-19 Strains is the most recent post on the Epidemiology series and…


ISSUE #107

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Jun 13, 2021​

Dear friends,

Welcome to the 107th issue of the Sunday Briefing. This week we continue to celebrate the two year 🍾🍾 anniversary of the newsletter with a very special video of the week!

This week we’re on hiatus from blogging, but you can checkout the latest post at G4Sci: Network Motifs: Frequent patterns in Graphs where we introduce the ESU algorithm for exhaustive enumeration of all subgraphs of a given size. You should Subscribe to G4Sci to make sure you never miss a post!

We are also pleased to be a Community Partner for NODES 2021, Neo4j’s Online Developer…


ISSUE #106

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Jun 6, 2021​

Dear friends,

Welcome to the 106th issue of the Sunday Briefing. This issue marks the second anniversary of our newsletter! It’s been quite a ride since the very first issue all the way back on June 3rd, 2019. We’ll be celebrating 🍾 throughout the month of June with a few changes and announcements!

This week we’re proud to announce the latest post at G4Sci: Network Motifs: Frequent patterns in Graphs where we introduce the ESU algorithm for exhaustive enumeration of all subgraphs of a given size. You should Subscribe to G4Sci to make sure you never miss a post!

Bruno Gonçalves

Data Science, Machine Learning, Human Behavior

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