A month or so ago I was invited to make Quantile Regression presentations at the Wolfram Research Twitch channel.
The live-coding sessions
- In the first
live-streaming / live-coding session
I demonstrated how to make
workflows using the software monad
and some of the underlying software design principles. (Namely
- In the follow up live-coding session I discussed topics like outliers removal (data cleaning), anomaly detection, and structural breaks.
- In the third live-coding session:
- First, we demonstrate and explain how to do QR-based time series simulations and their applications in Operations Research.
- Next, we discuss QR in 2D and 3D and a related application.
- In the fourth live-coding session we discussed the following the topics.
- Brief review of previous sessions.
- Proclaiming the upcoming
- Predict tomorrow from today’s data.
- Using NLP techniques on time series.
- Generation of QR workflows with natural language commands.
- The notebooks are available at https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/1787896 .
- I did not save the notebook I made during the first live coding session, but I attached to that WRI community post a modified version of the notebook I used for a Meetup workshop 6-7 months ago. (See for more details
the GitHub MathematicaVsR project “Quantile Regression Workflows”.)
- The notebook of the 2nd session is also attached. (I added a “References” section to it.)
A few days ago the Wolfram Function Repository entry
QuantileRegression was approved. The resource description page has many of the topics discussed in the live-coding sessions on Quantile regression.