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EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao - Lessons learned from comparing Numba-CUDA and C-CUDA - Lena Oden  14h19 02 décembre
EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao September 4, Wednesday Mitxelena. Talk. 16.45 Lessons learned from comparing Numba-CUDA and C-CUDA Lena Oden We compared the performance of GPU-Applications written in C-CUDA and Numba-CUDA. By analyzing the GPU assembly code, we learned about the reasons for the...
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EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao - Constrained Data Synthesis - Nick Radcliffe  14h19 02 décembre
EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao September 4, Wednesday Baroja Track. Talk. 14.45 Constrained Data Synthesis Nick Radcliffe We introduce a method for creating synthetic data to order based on learned (or provided) constraints and data classifications. This includes good and bad data. Synthetic...
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EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao - Welcome talk - Alexandre Savio  14h19 02 décembre
EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao September 4, Wednesday Main Track Welcome talk Alexandre Savio Introduction talk to EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao.
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EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao - How a voice assistant works - Miren Urteaga  14h19 02 décembre
EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao September 4, Wednesday Baroja Track. Talk. 11.30 How a voice assistant works Miren Urteaga Aldalur This talk will focus on the technologies needed to build a voice assistant. It will keep as center point Samsung’s voice assistant Bixby, which is available in 8 languages...
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EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao - Make your Python code fly - Pierre Augier  14h19 02 décembre
EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao September 4, Wednesday Oteiza Track. Talk. 15:45 Make your Python code fly at transonic speeds Pierre Augier Transonic is a new pure Python package to easily accelerate modern Python-Numpy code with different accelerators (like Cython, Pythran, Numba, Cupy, etc...). ...
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EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao - JupyterLab debugger - Jeremy Tuloup  14h19 02 décembre
EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao September 4, Wednesday Baroja Track. Talk. 15.45 JupyterLab debugger Jeremy Tuloup A talk about debugging jupyterLab.
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EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao - Test with Hypothesis - Zac Hatfield-Dodds  14h19 02 décembre
EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao September 4, Wednesday Oteiza Track. Talk. 11.30 Sufficiently Advanced Testing with Hypothesis Zac Hatfield-Dodds Testing research code can be difficult, but is essential for robust results. Using Hypothesis, a tool for property-based testing, I’ll show how testing can be...
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EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao - Controlling a confounding effect in predictive analysis - Darya Chyzhyk  14h19 02 décembre
EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao September 4, Wednesday Baroja Track. Talk. 16.30 Controlling a confounding effect in predictive analysis. Darya Chyzhyk Confounding effects are often present in observational data: the effect or association studied is observed jointly with other effects that are not...
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EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao - Test in ML Projects - Sarah Diot-Girard  14h19 02 décembre
EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao September 4, Wednesday Oteiza Track. Talk. 12.00 What about tests in Machine Learning projects? Sarah Diot-Girard Good practices tell you must write tests But testing Machine Learning projects can be really complicated. Test writing seems often inefficient. Which kind of...
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EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao - Modern Data Science - Maarten and Jovan  14h19 02 décembre
EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao September 4, Wednesday Mitxelena. Talk. 12.00 Modern Data Science: A new approach to DataFrames and pipelines Maarten Breddels, Jovan Veljanoski We will demonstrate how to explore and analyse massive datasets on a laptop with the Vaex library in Python. Using...
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EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao - PyFeti - Guilherme Jenovencio  14h19 02 décembre
EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao September 4, Wednesday Oteiza Track. Talk. 16.30 PyFETI - An easy and massively Dual Domain Decomposition Solver for Python Guilherme Jenovencio PyFETI is a python implementation of Finite-Element-Tearing-Interconnecting Methods. The library provides a massive linear...
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EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao - Caterva - Francesc Alterd  14h19 02 décembre
EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao September 4, Wednesday Mitxelena. Talk. 15.15 Caterva: A Compressed And Multidimensional Container For Big Data Francesc Alted Caterva: A Compressed And Multidimensional Container For Big Data Caterva is a C library on top of C-Blosc2 that implements a simple...
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EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao - Best Coding Practices in Jupyterlab - Alexander CS Hendorf  14h19 02 décembre
EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao September 4, Wednesday Mitxelena. Talk. 16.30 Best Coding Practices in Jupyterlab Alexander CS Hendorf Jupyter notebooks are often a mess. The code produced is working for one notebook, but it’s hard to maintain or to re-use. In this talks I will present some best...
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EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao - RAMP - Guillaume and Joris  14h18 02 décembre
EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao September 4, Wednesday Baroja Track. Talk. 16.45 The Rapid Analytics and Model Prototyping (RAMP) framework: tools for collaborative data science challenges Guillaume Lemaitre and Joris Van den Bossche The RAMP (Rapid Analytics and Model Prototyping) framework provides a...
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EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao - Modin: Scaling the Capabilities of the Data Scientist - Devin Petersohn  14h18 02 décembre
EuroSciPy 2019 Bilbao September 4, Wednesday Mitxelena. Talk. 15.45 Modin: Scaling the Capabilities of the Data Scientist, not the machine Devin Petersohn Modern data systems tend to heavily focus on optimizing for the system’s time. In this talk, we discuss the design of Modin, a DataFrame...