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Goodman-Kruskal’s Lamba

Let’s learn about Goodman-Kruskal’s Lambda (GKL). This association measure is a Proportional Reduction in Error (PRE) measure. A PRE measure determines the reduction in the probability of error of one variable given another. GKL is an asymmetric measure; for two categorical variables, A and B, Lambda of A given B […]

Python Data Containers

Let’s learn new and modern ways of creating data containers in Python. Tuples? Try using named tuples. Dictionaries? Try using EasyDictionary. Classes? Try using data classes. These newer and alternative data containers help you write better and cleaner code. Let’s reach for success, let’s start learning.

Bayesian Networks, Py-BBN

Come learn about the basics of probabilistic and causal inference using Py-BBN. Py-BBN is an opensource API that anyone can use to solve and facilitate their decision making problems. This API is built using Python.

Coding Summer Camps 2021

Let’s empower our children to reach for success and invent the future! One-Off Coder is offering an exciting set of Coding Summer Camps this year for students ages 6 – 17. In order to provide an engaging experience and teach students how to think, we will be offering 5 courses […]

API Release: py-pair

We are happy to release a statistical library for computing bivariate association called py-pair! There are over 130 association measures for all your data science needs! Install it with PyPi. Learn more with online documentation. See the source code on GitHub.

Meetup: Python, No Tears

A free introduction on how to get started with Python is being hosted tonight: https://www.meetup.com/NextGenCoders/events/272644252/. The content is targeted for students grades 4-12. Parents should register for the Meetup group: NextGen Coders, and then join the event.

Meetup: NextGen Coders

We are pleased to announce the creation of a new Meetup group: NextGen Coders. We will be providing meetups for coders at all levels and age groups. Please join us to bring up the next generation of leaders and captains in STEAM. https://www.meetup.com/NextGenCoders/

Power Up Coding, Rock Paper Scissor Game

Power up your coding skills by learning how to code a fun Rock Paper Scissor game using HTML, CSS and JavaScript. This project is appropriate for children ages 6 to 17. All tools and source code shown in the video and description. Reach for success and start coding today!